The Learning Community Charter School
This is a Independent Charter School under Co-directors Sarah Friedman and Meg O'Leary. Funding and Resources data is shown for the Central Falls District. * In 2008-09, grade 4 was added. In 2009-10, grade 6 was added. In 2010-11, grade 7 was added. In 2011-12, grade 8 was added.
|Accountability Summary and Classification||2012-13||Leading|
Qualifications and Teacher-Student Ratio
|Qualifications and Teacher-Student Ratio||Year||This School||Statewide||Details|
|Teachers with Emergency Certification||2010-11||2%||1%||—|
|Not Highly Qualified Teachers||2010-11||6%||3%||—|
Families and Communities
Safe and Supportive Schools
Incidents of Suspension
|Incidents of Suspension||Year||This School||Statewide||Details|
|Number of Incidents (Elementary Schools)||2011-12||22||2916|
|Number of Incidents (Middle Schools)||2011-12||—||13710|
|Student Indicators||Year||This School||Statewide||Details|
|Stability Index (Elementary Schools)||2011-12||97%||87%||—|
|Mobility Index (Elementary Schools)||2011-12||3%||14%||—|
|Stability Index (Middle Schools)||2011-12||no data||89%||—|
|Mobility Index (Middle Schools)||2011-12||no data||12%||—|
Funding and Resources
These reports present the results of the SurveyWorks survey, administered in the spring of 2013. Item responses are reported at the school and state level across five elements that align with Rhode Island's Basic Education Program and Strategic Plan for 2010-2015. These include Teaching and Student Achievement, Families and Communities, Safe and Supportive Schools, and Funding and Resources. These results are designed to help school communities, the public and policy-makers improve the conditions for learning.
Each report contains results for the Student survey at the indicated grade level, and for the Parent and Teacher surveys at all grade levels. Click the links below to download these reports in PDF format.
These reports are the results of the 2012-2013 Administrators' Survey. The results have been combined for schools in this LEA (LEA stands for Local Education Authority, i.e. school district or state-operated or charter school). In each report, those results are compared to the results statewide. The survey asks administrators to express their opinions and perceptions about their school's practices, issues and climate. The resulting data is designed to aid school planning and improvement.