Georgia's Office of School Improvement is organized to support state school leadership and improvement teams, systems, and strategies to build school and district effectiveness. While the Office of School Improvement works with all Georgia schools and districts, the primary focus is on schools federally identified as needing comprehensive or targeted support and improvement.
Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI) and Promise Schools
- CSI Lowest 5%: the lowest performing 5% of Title I schools in the state when ranked based on their three-year CCRPI average
- CSI Graduation Rate: high schools (Title I or non-Title I) with a four-year adjusted cohort graduation rate less than or equal to 67%
- Promise Schools: the 5.01% to 10% lowest performing Title I schools in the state when ranked based on their three-year CCRPI average
Targeted Support and Improvement (TSI) Schools and Additional Targeted Support (ATSI) Schools
- TSI Consistently Underperforming Subgroup: all schools that have at least one subgroup that is performing in the lowest 5% of all schools in at least 50% of CCRPI components
- ATSI: among all schools identified for Consistently Underperforming Subgroup, have at least one subgroup that is performing in the lowest 5% of all schools in all CCRPI components