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Denby High School

High School (9-12)

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12800 Kelly Road
Detroit,
MI
48224

Essential: Collaborative Teachers – weak

In schools with strong Collaborative Teachers, all teachers collaborate to promote professional growth. In such schools, teachers are:

  • active partners in school improvement,
  • committed to the school, and
  • focused on professional development.

Denby High School Comparative Performance on Collaborative Teachers

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What are these results based on?

This school's performance on this Essential is based on the Measures shown below. Click the to learn more about its underlying concepts (measures) and their related survey questions.

Measure Respondent Measure Performance
Collaborative Practices In schools with strong Collaborative Practices, teachers observe each others’ practice, and work together to review assessment data and develop instructional strategies. Teacher Performance on Collaborative Practices Weak
Collective Responsibility In schools with strong Collective Responsibility, teachers share a strong sense of responsibility for student development, school improvement, and professional growth. Teacher Performance on Collective Responsibility Weak
Quality Professional Development In schools with Quality Professional Development, professional development is rigorous and focused on student learning. Teacher Performance on Quality Professional Development Strong
School Commitment In schools with strong School Commitment, teachers are deeply committed to the school. Teacher Performance on School Commitment Weak
Teacher-Teacher Trust In schools with strong Teacher-Teacher Trust, teachers are supportive and respectful of one another, personally and professionally. Teacher Performance on Teacher-Teacher Trust Very Weak