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Assessment Data Over the Years

2023 Assessment Data

95%

of parents say their child 

  • is a better reader.

  • has more confidence. 

  • believes they can make a difference.

  • has learned ways to resolve conflict

of children, improved or maintained their 
instructional reading level.

86%

96%

of parents say they

  • better understand how to help their child be successful.

  • will be more engaged in child's school work.
     

2022 Assessment Data

99%

of parents say their child 

  • is a better reader.

  • has more confidence. 

  • believes they can make a difference.

  • has learned ways to resolve conflict

of children, improved or maintained their 
instructional reading level.

84%

100%

of parents say they

  • better understand how to help their child be successful.

  • will be more engaged in child's school work.
     

2021 Assessment Data

100%

of parents say their child 

  • is a better reader.

  • has more confidence. 

  • believes they can make a difference.

  • has learned ways to resolve conflict

of children, improved or maintained their 
instructional reading level.

79%

100%

of parents say they

  • better understand how to help their child be successful.

  • will be more engaged in child's school work.
     

2019 Assessment Data

91%

of parents say their child 

  • is a better reader.

  • has more confidence. 

  • believes they can make a difference.

  • has learned ways to resolve conflict

of children, improved or maintained their 
instructional reading level.

86%

90%

of parents say they

  • better understand how to help their child be successful.

  • will be more engaged in child's school work.
     

2018 Assessment Data

88%

of parents say their child 

  • is a better reader.

  • has more confidence. 

  • believes they can make a difference.

  • has learned ways to resolve conflict

of our scholars improved or maintained their instructional reading level.

100%

90%

of parents say they

  • better understand how to help their child be successful.

  • will be more engaged in child's school work.
     

2017 Assessment Data

100%

of parents say their child 

  • is a better reader.

  • has more confidence. 

  • believes they can make a difference.

  • has learned ways to resolve conflict

84%

of children, improved or maintained their 
instructional reading level.

100%

of parents say they

  • better understand how to help their child be successful.

  • will be more engaged in child's school work.
     

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