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Academic Success

Academic Success represents success in school at the early childhood, elementary, middle, and high school levels. Success in school and achieving positive academic outcomes at the elementary, middle, and high school levels, sets children and youth up to have positive economic, health, and well-being outcomes later in life.

The outcomes that Forsyth Futures tracks under Academic Success include measures at different stages of child and youth development, including Early Childhood Literacy, Reading Proficiency, Math Proficiency, Preparation for College or Career, and High School Graduation. The diagram below shows the relationships between these concepts and outcomes when mapped visually:


The measures that Forsyth Futures uses to track progress for Academic Success outcomes are listed below; the dashboard shows Forsyth Counties’ status and trends for each measure.

Academic SuccessEarly Childhood LiteracyEarly Childhood Literacy
Academic SuccessReading ProficiencyReading Proficiency
Academic SuccessMath ProficiencyMath Proficiency
Academic SuccessPreparation for College and CareerPreparation for College and Career
Academic SuccessHigh School GraduationHigh School Graduation

Dashboard: High Level Outcome Measures Under Academic Success

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