Schools Identified for Intervention is the percentage of Rhode Island public schools that are subject to state intervention as classified by the Rhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Classification levels include: “Commended,” “Leading,” “Typical,” “Warning,” “Focus,” and “Priority.” Schools receiving classifications of “Focus” and “Priority” are subject to state intervention. Classifications are based on seven measures of school performance. Rhode Island’s accountability system is designed to recognize outstanding performance and provide specific support to low-achieving schools and options for intervention to improve student achievement.
Rhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
Each reported year represents a school year.