Data from Connecticut State Department of Education, EdSight
This shows the percentage of students who were classified as English-language learners, or ELLs.
ELL enrollment data from State Department of Education, EdSight.
There were 448 English-language learner students and 24 teachers specially trained to work with this population in Greenwich School District, according to data from 2016-17. Here's how that student-teacher ratio compares with similar districts and the statewide average.
Those 24 educators included 1 bilingual teacher(s) and 23 TESOL teacher(s).
TESOL and bilingual teachers differ in instructional practice. TESOL is english-only and teachers are trained to use visuals and other supports to help English learners. Bilingual teachers know two languages, and use both of them to teach and translate materials for students.
Bilingual and TESOL educator count from trial exhibit from 2016-17; ratio is based on educator count and enrollment data from State Department of Education, EdSight.
Free and reduced-price lunch enrollment data from State Department of Education, EdSight
The percentage of students meeting their respective growth target on math tests.
Fiscal resources data from State Department of Education, EdSight
Educator staffing data from State Department of Education, EdSight
Schools can't always fill all of their open positions. This table shows areas where the district had open positions, how many people applied for the jobs (whether they were qualified or not), and how many of those positions remained open on Oct. 1, 2014, the most recent for which data was available.
Data from the State Department of Education
Data from the State Department of Education for 2014-15 school year
Class-size data from trial exhibit.
Federal law for years required the state to track whether English learner students were making any progress in learning English. However, that requirement ended starting with the 2014-15 school year.
AMAO data from State Department of Education
Data from the State Department of Education, EdSight for 2015-16