For the third year in a row Littleton Public Schools in Littleton, CO has received the highest accreditation from the Colorado Department of Education. LPS received a rating of “Accredited with Distinction” and was the only school district in the Denver Metro area to receive this accreditation. This designation is only given to the top performing school districts in the state. Only 8 percent of the school districts statewide received this accreditation.
In addition, 96 percent of schools in LPS received “Performance Plan” ratings. This is the highest rating given by the Colorado Department of Education. LPS has a strong focus for a number of years in reducing academic growth gaps. LPS students outscored the state average by as much as 22 percent proficient and advanced at all grade levels and all subjects tested on the CSAP (Colorado Student Assessment Program). In previous years LPS has been 15% higher than the state average.
Even more good news for the LPS is that they ranked in the top 3 of all 27 areas tested and were the top 14 of the 27 categories amongst other school districts.
Littleton is a great place to live. Parents are highly committed to their children’s success and education. If you are interested in finding out more about Littleton, CO and real estate feel free to contact us.
Author:Jason Peck Phone: 720-446-6301 Dated: September 29th 2012 Views: 940 About Jason: ...
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