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HQSC Results

The results from the High Quality Schools Campaign (HQSC) reflect DCSRN’s growing understanding of the nuances of the DC public school choice sector and, in particular, how these nuances impact underserved families. Read the 2012-13 HQSC Final Report to learn more.

Goals

  1. At least 50 percent of families that DCSRN identified through partner schools complete applications to quality schools; and
  2. Encourage at least 50 percent of families to accept offers received.

The HQSC exceeded these goals two years in a row, and as a result DCSRN staff and board members focused on expanding the program for the 2013-14 academic year. Results of the 2013-14 HQSC will be posted in the fall of 2014.

Families Targeted with Direct Support

Total number of famlies

Number of families that submitted applications
for quality schools

Number  of families that received offers

Number of famlies that accepted offers received

2011-12 HQSC 184 100 42 20

2012-13 HQSC

119

81

35

30

Total 303 181 77 50

 

2012-13 HQSC Overall Results

Total number of families

Number of families that submitted applications

Number of families that recieved offers

Number of families that accepted offers received

Direct Support 119 81 35 30
Indirect Support 803 291 * *
Total 922 372 35 30

About the Results

  • Direct Support refers to families that DCSRN worked with directly.
  • Indirect Support refers to trainings that DCSRN developed and executed for organizations looking to effectively conduct their own direct support.
  • An asterisk signifies that final reported numbers are not yet public. 

 

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