Source: Once Page Overview of Accountability Indicators
As previously noted, schools are no longer classified in Levels 1 through 5 and are instead classified according to the categories below:
Source: One Page Summary of Massachusetts' Accountability System
In 2018, Lynn as a district was classified as 'Not Requiring Assistance or Intervention' and the same was true in 2019. Further, the reason for this year's classification was 'Substantial Progress Towards Targets.' The percentage assigned to Lynn in 2019 associated with this classification based on the 0 to 100 scale was 64%. When weighted along with last year's percentage, the cumulative target percentage was 56%.
Source: 2019 Official Accountability Report - Lynn
In looking at the 'points' received for the indicators above, Lynn received 71% of possible points for non-high school grades (78% for the lowest performing students at this grade level) and 47% for high school grades (50% for the lowest performing students). At the high school level, Lynn received 4 out of 4 points for the chronic absenteeism indicator but 0 out of 4 points for the advanced coursework completion indicator.
At the individual school level, three-quarters of the schools in Lynn were considered as either making 'substantial progress toward targets' or 'meeting or exceeding targets.' Three schools were classified as 'Requiring Assistance or Intervention:' Lynn Classical High School, Thurgood Marshall Middle School and Washington Elementary School.