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 Date updated - Winter 2017
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No district Image found District: Capital School District Telephone: (302) 672-1500
Address: 198 Commerce Way, Dover DE 19904 Web: Capital School District Page
School District Superintendent: Daniel Shelton Title IX Coordinator: Mary Cooke
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Academic Achievement
Points Earned: 60
Weight: 27.50% Possible Points: 137.50
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Academic Achievement (2016-17)

State Metric ValueLEA Metric ValuePossible PointsPoints Earned
Proficiency ELA56.63%51.25%56.2528.83
Proficiency Math45.13%37.39%56.2521.03
Proficiency Science47.45%40.98%25.0010.25
Proficiency Social Studies    


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Growth
Points Earned: 59
Weight: 42.50% Possible Points: 212.50
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Growth (2016-17)

State Metric ValueLEA Metric ValuePossible PointsPoints Earned
Growth ELA50.00%26.17%106.2527.80
Growth Math50.00%29.67%106.2531.52


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On Track to Graduation
Points Earned: 65
Weight: 15.00% Possible Points: 75.00
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On Track to Graduation (2016-17)

State Metric ValueLEA Metric ValuePossible PointsPoints Earned
Average Daily Attendance94.75%94.52%25.0023.63
On Track in 9th Grade89.45%85.92%12.5010.74
4-year Cohort Graduation Rate84.66%80.71%25.0020.18
5-year Cohort Graduation Rate85.60%84.00%12.5010.50
6-year Cohort Graduation Rate    


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College and Career
Points Earned: 25
Weight: 15.00% Possible Points: 75.00
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College and Career (2016-17)

State Metric ValueLEA Metric ValuePossible PointsPoints Earned
Growth Proficiency ELA59.19%47.16%25.0011.79
Growth Proficiency Math35.41%23.22%25.005.80
College and Career Prep49.64%29.91%25.007.48


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Participation
Participation (2016-17)

DistrictState
Participation English96.18%97.94%
Participation Math96.17%97.81%
Participation Science96.87%97.76%


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Context Measure
Post-Secondary Outcomes: The percent of students who complete education and career training beyond high school. Students who do so have a greater likelihood of future employment with higher wages. (2016-17) 49.66%

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