Accountability

Access our Annual Reports and Accountability documents from the New York State Education Department and the New York City Department of Education.

2016-2017 Annual Report HERE. The 2016-2017 Certified Financial Statement is HERE.

You can access the latest NYSED Reportcard about Renaissance HERE.

NYSED issued the 2015-2016 Accountability Status Report, showing Renaissance as a school in good standing (row 3409 in THIS document.) In addition, in a memo published in January 0f 2016, it is stated that based on 2014-15 school performance results, Renaissance remains a charter school in Good Standing for the 2015-16 and 2016- 17 school years.

NYC DOE 2017 HS Quality Snapshot

NYC DOE 2017 K-8 Quality Snapshot

The NYC DOE School Quality Guide is now available here, which shows how the ratings were calculated.

You can also view the Renaissance 2017-2018 Data Dashboard from the NYC DOE:

2016-2017 K-8 School Performance Dashboard

2016-2017 High School Performance Dashboard

2016-2017 College & Career Office Report

NYSED 2015-2016 School Profile

In September 2011, the Obama Administration announced the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) regulatory flexibility initiative. The U.S. Department of Education (USED) can now grant waivers exempting states from No Child Left Behind regulations, provided states agree to implement high standards and strong accountability systems. New York was one of several states to request a waiver; USED approved New York’s waiver request on May 29, 2012. This document provides an overview of the waiver process and highlights key changes to the accountability system as a result of the waiver approval.

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