This year’s Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) results were rightfully cheered for the gains Tennessee students made, but it’s important to keep in mind achievement gaps still persist. This is especially true for students who are English Language Learners (ELL). These students scored 15 points lower than the state average in English Language Arts and 10 points lower in Math. As our state looks for solutions to the inequities that create these achievement gaps, we can learn much from the model that’s currently serving Memphis students at Compass Community Schools.>>>>>Read More>>>>>>>>
The scores are in, and we have something to celebrate! Find out how Compass measured up to competing Memphis schools. For the first time, we see the effects of a full year of learning as evident through our TVAAS scores. And we are thrilled to share the great news with YOU. >>>Click here to read more about Compass TVAAS Scores and Reward Schools for 2022.