ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The City School District of Albany is expected to submit its District Comprehensive Improvement Plan (DCIP) to the New York State Education Department on Wednesday.
The action plan is part of the district’s push to improve the standing of Philip Schuyler Achievement Academy, Hackett Middle School, and Albany High School.
Philip Schuyler and Albany High have been classified as struggling schools. They have two years to improve in areas like Math and English Language Arts before the state steps in.
Hackett Middle School has been identified as a persistently struggling school. It only has one year to improve before it loses local control.
Albany City School District’s Comprehensive Improvement Plan addresses six areas in need of progress. They include district leadership, school leadership, curriculum development, teacher practices and decisions, student social and emotional developmental health, and family and community engagement.
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