CINS Presents “A Deep Dig on the Grady Cluster Data,” Wed., Jan. 18

Reposted on behalf of our friends at the Council of Intown Neighborhoods and Schools, “Advocating for Students in the Grady Cluster of Schools since 1978”:

CINS Presents
“A Deep Dig on the Grady Cluster Data”

When:  Wednesday, January 18, 2017 @ noon
Where:  Mary Lin Elementary School media center (586 Candler Park Drive NE)
Featured Speaker:  John Keltz, Atlanta Public Schools Director of Research and Evaluation

Please join your fellow Grady Cluster parents, teachers, and stakeholders as we learn about the achievements and challenges in the Grady Cluster Schools.  Mr. Keltz has a talent for bringing numbers to life and will share insights into the Grady Cluster’s performance data, including the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) for each school, demographics, test scores and more. He will also discuss how Grady Cluster schools measure against other Atlanta cluster schools, the state, and the nation.

Questions will taken from the floor, or you may submit questions in advance to John Keltz at, and please copy

Attendees are welcome to bring lunch.

CINS’ meetings are always free and open to the public.  CINS is a not-for-profit organization that has worked for over 36 years to empower public schools in our cluster located in the heart of Atlanta, Georgia.  CINS’ mission is to work with Atlanta Public Schools to foster the development of safe, quality education in the Grady cluster of schools. 

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