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The value-added measures show how schools make a difference and raise achievement above expectations.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Do Value-Added Measures Work?
The value-added measures show how schools make a difference.
Using value-added measures is gaining traction nationally — bolstered by the Obama administration — toward using testing data to evaluate teachers.
The contextual value-added measure also takes into account a school's characteristics - with scores over 100 classed as above average.
The recognition showcases the company's continuous improvement of performance in meeting the quality requirements of its clients and the value-added measures adapted by the company to enhance customer satisfaction," said Alaa Abdullah Saed, chief executive officer of Emaar Middle East.
It scores highly on the government's value-added measure, which indicates how much children have improved during their time in a school.
KEY STAGE 2 TO GCSE VALUE-ADDED MEASURE Each pupil s value-added score is based on comparing their GCSE and equivalent performance with the median performance of other pupils with the same or similar prior attainment at Key Stage 2.