Little Neck's and received overall ‘B’ grades, and received an 'A' in the city’s latest progress reports for schools across the five boroughs.
Scores for both P.S. 94 and 221 indicate that student progress, which is measured by improvements in an individual student's state test scores in English and math, requires some attention before the grades can be raised. When it comes to school environment, which is determind by factors like attendance, safety and engagement, both schools earned 'A's.'
Louis Pasteur earned it's overall 'A' primarily through high student performance, though an analysis of the report says that "school environment" and "student progress" still need work.
Queens school District 26 received an overall ‘A’ grade. The district covers Douglaston, Little Neck and Bayside.
A total 1,219 city schools with students in kindergarten through eighth grade were included in the report cards.
“By acknowledging progress in schools that help struggling students, we can keep more students on track during elementary and middle school,” Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott said of the progress reports.
To view individual schools’ grades and to read more about the city’s methodology for grading schools, click here.