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YCCS - Sullivan House Alternative HS

High School (9-12)

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8164 S South Chicago Ave
Chicago,
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60617

Supplemental Teacher & Student Measures

This page displays all supplemental teacher and student measures.

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Measure Respondent Measure Performance Essential
Academic EngagementAcademic Engagement Students are interested and engaged in learning. StudentStudent 99Performance on Academic Engagement ZZ Academic Engagement
Academic PersonalismAcademic Personalism Teachers connect with students in the classroom and support them in achieving academic goals. StudentStudent 61Performance on Academic Personalism ZZ Academic Personalism
Classroom DisruptionsClassroom Disruptions Teachers report on the degree to which other students disrupt their learning. TeacherTeacher 80Performance on Classroom Disruptions ZZ Classroom Disruptions
Classroom RigorClassroom Rigor Teachers encourage all students to make connections and seek multiple perspectives through their coursework. StudentStudent 47Performance on Classroom Rigor ZZ Classroom Rigor
Collective Use of Assessment DataCollective Use of Assessment Data Teachers regularly review assessment data independently, with colleagues, and with the principal. TeacherTeacher 69Performance on Collective Use of Assessment Data ZZ Collective Use of Assessment Data
Course ClarityCourse Clarity Students are provided clear learning goals and instruction that supports achievement. StudentStudent 82Performance on Course Clarity ZZ Course Clarity
Emotional HealthEmotional Health Students have the skills to nurture positive and respectful relationships with others. StudentStudent 55Performance on Emotional Health ZZ Emotional Health
GritGrit Students sustain interest and effort toward long-term goals. StudentStudent 76Performance on Grit ZZ Grit
Human & Social Resources in the CommunityHuman & Social Resources in the Community Students come from communities where there are adults they can trust who provide a safe environment. StudentStudent 29Performance on Human & Social Resources in the Community ZZ Human & Social Resources in the Community
Importance of High School for the FutureImportance of High School for the Future Students recognize that working hard during high school is important and that high school is preparing them for their life after graduation. StudentStudent 54Performance on Importance of High School for the Future ZZ Importance of High School for the Future
InnovationInnovation Teachers have a strong orientation toward improvement and a willingness to be a part of an active learning environment. TeacherTeacher 33Performance on Innovation ZZ Innovation
Inquiry-Based Science InstructionInquiry-Based Science Instruction Students conduct scientific investigations, including generating and testing hypotheses, writing lab reports and using laboratory equipment. StudentStudent 63Performance on Inquiry-Based Science Instruction ZZ Inquiry-Based Science Instruction
Parent SupportivenessParent Supportiveness Parents support their children emotionally and developmentally. StudentStudent 3Performance on Parent Supportiveness ZZ Parent Supportiveness
Primary Grades - Academic PersonalismPrimary Grades - Academic Personalism (4th and 5th grade students only) Teachers connect with students in the classroom and support them in achieving academic goals. StudentStudent -1Performance on Primary Grades -  Academic Personalism ZZ Primary Grades - Academic Personalism
Primary Grades - Academic PressPrimary Grades - Academic Press (4th and 5th grade students only) Teachers expect students to do their best and to meet academic demands. StudentStudent -1Performance on Primary Grades -  Academic Press ZZ Primary Grades - Academic Press
Primary Grades - English InstructionPrimary Grades - English Instruction (4th and 5th grade students only) Students interact with course material and one another to build and apply critical reading and writing skills. StudentStudent -1Performance on Primary Grades -  English Instruction ZZ Primary Grades - English Instruction
Primary Grades - Math InstructionPrimary Grades - Math Instruction (4th and 5th grade students only) Students interact with course material and one another to build and apply knowledge in their math classes. StudentStudent -1Performance on Primary Grades -  Math Instruction ZZ Primary Grades - Math Instruction
Primary Grades - SafetyPrimary Grades - Safety (4th and 5th grade students only) Students feel safe both in and around the school building, and while they travel to and from home. StudentStudent -1Performance on Primary Grades -  Safety ZZ Primary Grades - Safety
Primary Grades - Student-Teacher TrustPrimary Grades - Student-Teacher Trust (4th and 5th grade students only) Students and teachers share a high level of mutual trust and respect. StudentStudent -1Performance on Primary Grades -  Student-Teacher Trust ZZ Primary Grades - Student-Teacher Trust
Reflective DialogueReflective Dialogue Teachers frequently talk with each other about curriculum, instruction, and student learning. TeacherTeacher 65Performance on Reflective Dialogue ZZ Reflective Dialogue
Rigorous Study HabitsRigorous Study Habits Students set aside time for schoolwork and give priority to studying. StudentStudent 65Performance on Rigorous Study Habits ZZ Rigorous Study Habits
School ConnectednessSchool Connectedness Students feel included in their school’s community. StudentStudent 91Performance on School Connectedness ZZ School Connectedness
School safetySchool safety Students encounter very little crime, violence, or bullying at school. StudentStudent 59Performance on School safety ZZ School safety
Socialization of New TeachersSocialization of New Teachers New teachers are included in the professional community and are given helpful feedback on their instructional practices. TeacherTeacher 77Performance on Socialization of New Teachers ZZ Socialization of New Teachers
Student Peer RelationshipsStudent Peer Relationships Students treat each other with respect, work well together, and help each other learn. StudentStudent 69Performance on Student Peer Relationships ZZ Student Peer Relationships
Student ResponsibilityStudent Responsibility Students are active participants in their own learning and regularly attend class prepared to learn. TeacherTeacher 49Performance on Student Responsibility ZZ Student Responsibility
Teacher SafetyTeacher Safety Teachers report little or no disorder in the hallways, physical conflict among students, vandalism, robbery or theft, and threats of violence against teachers. TeacherTeacher 48Performance on Teacher Safety ZZ Teacher Safety

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