printable report is a simplified version of the full online report card.
English and Spanish versions are available.
the English version of the "School Report Card Snapshot" here.
the Spanish version of the "School Report Card Snapshot" here.
guide supports the above Snapshot
with helpful tips. English and Spanish versions are available.
the English version of the "Tips to Understanding Your School Snapshot"
the Spanish version of the "Tips to Understanding Your School Snapshot"
437 Goldfloss Street
Carter G Woodson School
2010 - 11
Principal: Ruth Hopkins
Carter G Woodson School
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The total number of students in your school and
the average number of students in schools with similar grade ranges in
The average number of students enrolled in "typical"
The average number of students per section enrolled
in the courses below at the time of testing.
Civics & Economics
* Geometry tests were eliminated from the ABCs effective
Specialized Course Enrollments
The percentage of high school Advanced Placement
(AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) course enrollments, community
college and university regular academic course enrollments, and high school
and community college career and technical course enrollments.
Percentage of Total
Course Enrollments in:
College Prep Courses
(AP*, IB**, Community College, University)
Career and Technical Courses
(School, Community College)
* AP = Advanced Placement
** IB = International Baccalaureate
Source of Funds (Amount per Student)
Charter schools in North Carolina operate with
funding from local, state, and federal sources. The financial support
reflected in these numbers includes all expenses concerned with operating
a charter school, including teacher and administrator salaries, textbooks, and
other educational supplies and materials.
Education is a labor-intensive enterprise, as
reflected in the accompanying chart. Salaries for teachers, principals,
and other educators are usually the largest expense in school districts.
State and federal funds are generally allotted for specific purposes,
services, or programs.