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Quality Review Report for Stuyvesant HS: November 30, December 3 - 4, 2007

Quality Review Report for Stuyvesant HS: November 30, December 3 - 4, 2007

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"The Quality Review Report describes what the reviewers saw at the school -- what life is like there. The report identifies some of the strengths in the school, as well as areas where improvement is needed with suggestions for making improvements."
"The Quality Review Report describes what the reviewers saw at the school -- what life is like there. The report identifies some of the strengths in the school, as well as areas where improvement is needed with suggestions for making improvements."

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NYCDOE Quality Review: Final Report
The New York City Department ofEducation
Quality ReviewReport
Stuyvesant High SchoolHigh School 475345 Chambers StreetNew YorkNY 10282Principal: Stanley TeitelDates of review: November 30, December 3 - 4,2007Lead Reviewer: Clive Parsons
 
 
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Content of the report
Part 1: The School Context
Information about the school
Part 2: Overview
What the school does wellWhat the school needs to improve
Part 3: Main Findings
Progress made since the last reviewOverall evaluationHow well the school meets New York City’s evaluation criteria
Part 4: School Quality Criteria Summary
 
 
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Part 1: The school context
Information about the school
Stuyvesant is a high school with 3,125 students from grade 9 through grade 12. Theschool population comprises 2% Black, 3% Hispanic, 30% White, and 65% Asian students.The student body does not include any English language learners or special educationstudents. Boys account for 57% of the students enrolled and girls account for 43%. Theaverage attendance rate for the school year 2006 - 2007 was 97.2%. The school is not inreceipt of Title 1 funding.The school is one of nine specialized high schools in New York City. It specializes in mathand science. Students are admitted into grades 9 and 10, from all five boroughs.Admission is based solely on performance in entrance tests.

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