QSI Skopje Accreditation Objectives for Re-Accreditation 2013-2019
(as of April 2012)
By 2019, QSI International School of Skopje students aged 8–17 will annually demonstrate enhanced learning in mathematics as measured by:
- 85% of students who take consecutive Spring MAP Tests will earn RIT scores at or above “typical growth” as defined by NWEA.
- Internal assessment of mastery of mathematics-related skills on the QSI Curriculum Recommended Textbook (presently McDougal Littell) Pre-Course Diagnostic Assessment and Post-Course Assessment with clear evidence of levels of mastery determined as follows:
- a. Students who scored below 80% on the Diagnostic Pre-Course Assessment will show average improvement of 5% on the Post-Course Assessment.
- b. Students who scored at or above 80% on the Diagnostic Pre-Course Assessment will remain at or above 80% on the Post-Course Assessment.
Student Activities Objective
By the year 2019, students 6 years old and above at QSI International School of Skopje will demonstrate increased participation in student activities as measured by:
- A 25% increase in participation in a school or community volunteer program.
- A 20% increase in participation in the number of parent or community member led activities.
- 80% of our students will be “Expert Student Leaders” as identified by the QSI Skopje Habits of Leadership Rubric.
By 2019, all students at QSI International School of Skopje will demonstrate increased environmental stewardship as measured by:
- 100% of students participating at least once per quintile in activities that promote and develop awareness and sensitivity to environmental issues such as pollution, waste of natural resources, destruction of wildlife and natural areas, overpopulation, recycling, and personal health.