Washington School Improvement Framework
Initially released in March 2018, and updated in April of 2019, the Washington School Improvement Framework (WSIF) identifies how schools can improve the education of all students. The framework combines as many as nine indicators into a 1-10 score. The school's score then determines the state supports for the school to improve.
- Middle and elementary school WSIF scores are based on proficiency on the Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA) in math and English Language Arts (ELA), median school Student Growth Percentiles, English Learner progress, and attendance.
- High school WSIF scores are based on proficiency on the Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA) in math and English Language Arts (ELA), graduation rates, English Learner progress, dual credit, 9th grade on track, and attendance.
You can learn more about these measures at http://www.k12.wa.us/ESEA/ESSA/SchoolImprovementFramework.aspx
Need help finding the WSIF data?
When you click the appropriate school link above, scroll down. You will find the WSIF link near the bottom of the left-side navigation menu.