Deadline extended! You have until Monday April 19 to participate.

We want your input, to help inform how the District will invest $1.2 billion in federal COVID relief funding! Take the Budget Engagement Survey HERE.

4/12 New Update: Hybrid Learning Plan, Phase III Rollout Update HERE. Phase III Schools HERE.
View school Air Balance Reports HERE. P-EBT Card update HERE.
DEADLINE Tuesday April 13 for students in grades 3-5 and students with complex needs in grades 6-8 opting in to hybrid learning. Check emails, and learn more HERE.

NEW: Summer 2021 Academic Programming Announced! Learn more HERE.

NEW: COVID-19 Dashboard provides the latest information on confirmed positive cases in our schools. View HERE.

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2019 Action Plan

For the third straight year, schools are improving

MORE students are graduating

MORE students have strong reading skills

MORE classrooms are great modern learning spaces

MORE services are in schools to support students and families



schools have improved


the number higher-performing schools


fewer lower-performing schools


school buildings have nurses and counselors


elementary schools have instrumental music and art classes


National Blue Ribbon schools

Anchor Goals

Our anchor goals are set at 100% because every child deserves a high-quality education.

They underscore our belief that all students can achieve, and they focus our work to ensure that we are creating great schools in every neighborhood.

our anchor goals are set at 100 percent because every child deserves a high-quality education

School Progress Report

Our School Progress Report measures the impact we are having at the school level.
It assesses student achievement, school climate, student growth, and college and career readiness for our high schools.
Student growth is emphasized most, reflecting our commitment to ensuring that all students are learning.

Across the city, Philadelphia’s public schools are improving. We invite you to be part of the progress.

data visualization of school progress to date, showing 50 percent fewer lower performing schools and two times the number of higher performing schools