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Naugatuck Public Schools Quick Facts 2019

Indicator

Naugatuck

CT Comparison

DRG

Comparison

Alliance Comparison

Student Population

4318

Average:

2738

Average:

4126

Average:

6694

Relative Community Need/ Public Investment Community Index (PIC)

157/169

Public Investment Community Index

Per Pupil Expenditure

$15,094

Average:

$18,196

Average:

$16,945

Average:

$17,280

Per Pupil Expenditure Rank (high to low)

144/166

102/166

12/14

26/33

District Performance Index (2017-18)

73.3

Average of Districts:

73.9

Average:

71.3

Average:

68.6

2018 SBAC Growth for ELA (APTA)

64%

61%

57%

56%

2018 SBAC Performance for ELA

52%

55%

53%

43%

2018 SBAC Growth for Math (APTA)

72%

62%

58%

57%

2018 SBAC Performance for Math

49%

47%

38%

29%

2018 SAT (Gr 9-12) Performance for ELA

53%

62%

52%

44%

2018 SAT (Gr 9-12) Performance for Math

22%

40%

26%

22%

2017 Graduation Rate

85%

88%

84%

82%

 

District Reference Group (DRG): Bloomfield, Bristol, East Haven, Groton, Hamden, Killingly, Manchester, Middletown, Naugatuck, Plainfield, Putnam, Stratford, Torrington, Vernon

Alliance Districts: Ansonia, Bloomfield, Bridgeport, Bristol, Danbury, Derby, East Hartford, East Haven, East Windsor, Groton, Hamden,Hartford, Killingly, Manchester, Meriden, Middletown, Naugatuck, Norwalk, Norwich, New Britain, New Haven, New London, Putnam, Stamford, Thompson, Torrington, Vernon, Waterbury, West Haven, Winchester, Windham, Windsor, Windsor Locks


Calculations based on publicly available data obtained from State of Connecticut Website @
CT Data Portal "edSight"
**Should be considered estimates