The school report card (SRC) combines accountability ratings, data from the Academic Performance Reports (APR), and financial information to give a broad view of campus performance.
A report card, or just report in British English, communicates a student’s performance academically. In most places, the report card is issued by the school to the student or the student’s parents once to four times yearly. A typical report card uses a grading scale to determine the quality of a student’s school work.
Report Cards are designed to give parents, communities, educators and policymakers information about the performance of districts and schools — to celebrate achievement and success and identify areas for improvement. The information provides clear and easily available reporting on student performance, drives local conversations on school improvement and identiﬁes schools to receive supports for getting better. The goal is to ensure all students receive an excellent education that can lead to success in life, careers and future learning.