In January 2014, the School Boards of Districts 65 and 202 adopted a Joint Literacy Goal. The goal states: “District 65 and District 202 will ensure that all students are […]
White students at School District 65 are scoring, on average, 3.84 grade levels above the national average. Hispanic students are scoring at about the national average, and Black students are […]
The results of the annual 5Essentials survey show that in the 2019-2020 school year, School District 65 scored lower in each of the five areas deemed critical for school success […]
Like the School Report Card produced by the Illinois State Board of Education, the Student Achievement Report compiled by Evanston Township High School administrators lacked certain information about student learning […]
With District 65 schools settled in for remote learning until at least mid-November, District 65 administrators on Sept. 14 presented their plan to support and monitor student learning in the […]
At the District 65 School Board meeting on May 18, District 65 administrators provided the Board with a memo and short oral presentations on the progress made in implementing the […]
Only about 30% of Black and Latinx students are entering ETHS proficient in reading.
Eighth-graders must meet MAP’s college ready scores in reading to be deemed “proficient” in literacy when they enter ETHS.
At their Jan. 13 meeting, District 65 School Board members discussed the District’s 2019 Accountability and Achievement Report, which was presented to the Board that evening. One section of the […]
School District 65’s 2019 Achievement and Accountability Report, presented to the School Board on Jan. 13, contains a new section that highlights achievements and accomplishments of students, educators, principals, and […]