Evaluating The Schools
View school-by-school financial information and the Board's annual financial analysis.
To better serve parents and students, DC PCSB keeps high-level data on its students' residential locations to give us a better sense of where students are coming from and how they get to school.
There are 11,317 individual students on the common lottery waitlists to attend one or more PK-12 public charter schools in the 2018-19, a 16.6% increase over last year’s 9,703 students.
Every public charter school offers rigorous graduation requirements. Learn more about each school's graduation requirements and transcript audit policies.
This year's Equity Report highlights areas in which public charter schools are outperforming the District's average.
Each year, DC's public charter schools are evaluated on their performance using common metrics. See current results, learn more about the process, and find old school quality reports.
The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) outlines how students in grades 3 through 8 and high school perform on the English Language Arts (ELA) and Math assessments. Several DC public charter schools and student populations show strong results this year. This is the second year the city has administered the assessment.
View individual public charter school annual reports.
Public school enrollment continues to increase, and the Public Charter School Board continues to prioritizes school quality over growth.
For parents, the attendance and discipline performance of their child's school is important.
The DC Public Charter School Board reviews school charters at five, 10, and 15 years.
To complement the quantitative data in our Performance Management Framework and attendance reports, we designed the qualitative site reviews to gather additional, non-numerical data. All 2015 reports are now available.
View public charter school growth and closings.
As citywide public schools, charters educate students who live all across the city. Learn more about the students and DC public charter schools located in each ward.
The adult education School Quality Report tracks student progress, student achievement, progress on mission-specific measures, and leading indicators of attendance and student retention.