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# New York City teacher job performance rankings, 2007-2008

These are job performance ratings of about 17,600 New York City public school teachers prepared by the city Department of Education. Click on a teacher's name for more details about the rating. When searching for a school, be sure to add periods after the abbreviations for I.S. and P.S.

The ratings are based in part on progress students showed on standardized tests and cover the 2007-08, 2008-09 and 2009-10 school years, with about 12,000 teachers evaluated in any one year. The 2007-2008 ratings were compiled by a different company and are not entirely comparable to ratings from other years.

The evaluations are for English and math teachers in grades 4-8. Some teachers were not rated in all three years. The teachers have seen their reports.

The scores are from 0 to 99, with 99 being the highest, and indicate how much value teachers add to student performance. The scores were computed by measuring how much the teachers' student test scores exceeded or fell short of expectations based on demographics and prior performance.

The margin of error indicates the range of where the score could be. Scores below the fifth percentile are considered low; between the fifth and 25th percentile they are below average; from the 25th-75th percentile they are average. Between the 75th-95th percentile they are above average, and above the 95th percentile they are high.

The city Education Department acknowledges the data is flawed. Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott said Feb. 23 that the reports "were never intended to be made public or to be used in isolation." Critics point to high margins of error -- as much as 53 percentage points on English tests and 35 percentage points on math tests -- and factual mistakes and omissions. In addition, the ratings are based on small amounts of statistical data.

If you are a New York City schoolteacher who wants to challenge or discuss your report, please email Newsday at web@newsday.com from your @schools.nyc.gov email address and attach the report.

The United Federation of Teachers filed a lawsuit to block release of the ratings, arguing it was a violation of teachers' privacy rights and the records contained many inaccuracies. A judge ruled the union had not shown the city's decision to make the names public was "arbitrary and capricious," and the union's appeals were unsuccessful. The Education Department released the ratings Feb. 24 under a court order after several news organizations sued for access to the records under the Freedom of Information Law. Newsday was not part of that lawsuit.

Here are links to most teacher rankings: 2009-2010 | 2008-2009 | 2007-2008

And here are the Charter School and District 75 rankings: 2009-2010 | 2008-2009 | 2007-2008

The ratings are based in part on progress students showed on standardized tests and cover the 2007-08, 2008-09 and 2009-10 school years, with about 12,000 teachers evaluated in any one year. The 2007-2008 ratings were compiled by a different company and are not entirely comparable to ratings from other years.

The evaluations are for English and math teachers in grades 4-8. Some teachers were not rated in all three years. The teachers have seen their reports.

The scores are from 0 to 99, with 99 being the highest, and indicate how much value teachers add to student performance. The scores were computed by measuring how much the teachers' student test scores exceeded or fell short of expectations based on demographics and prior performance.

The margin of error indicates the range of where the score could be. Scores below the fifth percentile are considered low; between the fifth and 25th percentile they are below average; from the 25th-75th percentile they are average. Between the 75th-95th percentile they are above average, and above the 95th percentile they are high.

The city Education Department acknowledges the data is flawed. Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott said Feb. 23 that the reports "were never intended to be made public or to be used in isolation." Critics point to high margins of error -- as much as 53 percentage points on English tests and 35 percentage points on math tests -- and factual mistakes and omissions. In addition, the ratings are based on small amounts of statistical data.

If you are a New York City schoolteacher who wants to challenge or discuss your report, please email Newsday at web@newsday.com from your @schools.nyc.gov email address and attach the report.

The United Federation of Teachers filed a lawsuit to block release of the ratings, arguing it was a violation of teachers' privacy rights and the records contained many inaccuracies. A judge ruled the union had not shown the city's decision to make the names public was "arbitrary and capricious," and the union's appeals were unsuccessful. The Education Department released the ratings Feb. 24 under a court order after several news organizations sued for access to the records under the Freedom of Information Law. Newsday was not part of that lawsuit.

Here are links to most teacher rankings: 2009-2010 | 2008-2009 | 2007-2008

And here are the Charter School and District 75 rankings: 2009-2010 | 2008-2009 | 2007-2008

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School name | Grade | Teacher name | Second teacher name | Subject | Percentile rank of multi-year value added score | Margin of error for multi-year rank | Percentile rank of single year value added score | Margin of error for single-year rank |

P.S. 185 WALTER KASSENBROCK | 5th | JACQUELYN RALEIGH | MATH | 17 | 9-28 | 0 | 0-2 | |

I.S. 024 MYRA S. BARNES | 7th | HEATHER WASSERMAN | MARY LA GIUSA | ELA | - | 0 | 0-0 | |

J.H.S. 278 MARINE PARK | 6th | LORRAINE GERBINO | ELA | 2 | 0-8 | 0 | 0-4 | |

P.S. 029 JOHN M. HARRIGAN | 5th | KIMBERLY VAN DUZER | ELA | 5 | 2-13 | 0 | 0-8 | |

P.S. 321 WILLIAM PENN | 4th | KATHLEEN POLLOCK | MATH | 13 | 6-24 | 0 | 0-4 | |

NEW EXPLORATIONS INTO SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND MATH | 8th | GREGORY FARRELL | ELA | 0 | 0-0 | 0 | 0-3 | |

P.S. 321 WILLIAM PENN | 4th | MELANIE MC IVER | SIMONE FRASER | MATH | - | 0 | 0-5 | |

P.S. 163 BATH BEACH | 4th | RONDA YOUSHA | MATH | 0 | 0-0 | 0 | 0-0 | |

TITO PUENTE EDUCATION COMPLEX | 7th | CEASAR JOHNSON | ELA | 0 | 0-3 | 0 | 0-4 | |

I.S. 192 THE LINDEN | 6th | NARCISA GUAVES | MATH | 7 | 2-22 | 0 | 0-4 | |

P.S. 153 HOMECREST | 5th | CHRISTINA PALMIERI | ELA | 0 | 0-0 | 0 | 0-6 | |

P.S. X015 INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING | 8th | SHAWANDA WEEMS | ELA | 12 | 4-26 | 0 | 0-7 | |

INSTITUTE FOR COLLABORATIVE EDUCATION | 6th | DANIEL MORGENROTH | MATH | 0 | 0-0 | 0 | 0-1 | |

J.H.S. 054 BOOKER T. WASHINGTON | 6th | MELISSA BERGMAN | ELA | 6 | 2-15 | 0 | 0-4 | |

P.S. 321 WILLIAM PENN | 4th | KARYN WULWICK | MATH | 13 | 6-25 | 0 | 0-3 | |

P.S. 321 WILLIAM PENN | 4th | SARA GREENFIELD | MATH | 0 | 0-0 | 0 | 0-5 | |

P.S. 321 WILLIAM PENN | 4th | SARA GOLDREICH | MATH | 15 | 6-30 | 0 | 0-5 | |

P.S. 011 KATHRYN PHELAN | 6th | MARCELLA PERROTTA | ELA | 20 | 5-48 | 0 | 0-7 | |

P.S. 153 MASPETH ELEM | 6th | ERIKA LEMAIRE | MATH | 0 | 0-1 | 0 | 0-1 | |

P.S. 321 WILLIAM PENN | 4th | COURTNEY MAX | MATH | 1 | 0-3 | 0 | 0-1 | |

P.S. 017 HENRY D. WOODWORTH | 5th | BRENDAN MEYER | MATH | 1 | 0-5 | 0 | 0-5 | |

P.S. 029 JOHN M. HARRIGAN | 5th | MARISA NOISEUX | ELA | 9 | 3-21 | 0 | 0-7 | |

P.S. 321 WILLIAM PENN | 4th | RANDI SKAGGS | MATH | 33 | 19-50 | 0 | 0-7 | |

M.S. 131 | 8th | HSUAN YANG | ELA | 0 | 0-3 | 1 | 0-14 | |

J.H.S. 210 ELIZABETH BLACKWELL | 6th | CHRISTINE CAMISA | ELA | 31 | 11-60 | 1 | 0-12 | |

J.H.S. 052 INWOOD | 7th | RAMON LEE | MATH | 2 | 0-9 | 1 | 0-13 | |

P.S./I.S. 218 RAFAEL HERNANDEZ DUAL LANGUAGE MAGNE | 5th | MARIA ALMANZAR | MATH | 3 | 1-8 | 1 | 0-8 | |

P.S. 025 BILINGUAL SCHOOL | 4th | SONALI DIEUDONNE | MATH | 0 | 0-1 | 1 | 0-14 | |

P.S. Q016 | 4th | AIDA DEL VALENZUELA | ELA | 0 | 0-1 | 1 | 0-9 | |

P.S. 193 ALFRED J. KENNEDY | 4th | BERNADINE HOFFMAN | MATH | 43 | 25-63 | 1 | 0-16 | |

P.S. Q016 | 4th | JENNIFER VELASCO | ELA | 0 | 0-4 | 1 | 0-16 | |

THE QUEENS COLLEGE SCHOOL FOR MATH, SCIENCE AND TE | 8th | VIDYA CHOW | MATH | 0 | 0-0 | 1 | 0-12 | |

HARBOR HEIGHTS | 7th | CHRISTINA MORANDINI | ELA | 1 | 0-13 | 1 | 0-17 | |

J.H.S. 054 BOOKER T. WASHINGTON | 7th | ANDREA HECHT | MATH | 9 | 4-17 | 1 | 0-11 | |

P.S./ IS 178 HOLLISWOOD | 7th | ANNE NUGENT | ELA | 0 | 0-4 | 1 | 0-13 | |

P.S. 019 THE CURTIS SCHOOL | 5th | CHRISTINE VIGLIOTTI | MATH | 3 | 1-7 | 1 | 0-9 | |

P.S. 20 P.O.GEORGE J. WERDAN III | 7th | TYRA DAVIS | ELA | 0 | 0-2 | 1 | 0-14 | |

P.S. 306 | 5th | KENNETH BERMAN | MATH | 0 | 0-3 | 1 | 0-13 | |

P.S. 081 ROBERT J. CHRISTEN | 5th | RENEE FERREIRA | ELA | 0 | 0-2 | 1 | 0-15 | |

P.S./I.S. 218 RAFAEL HERNANDEZ DUAL LANGUAGE MAGNE | 5th | ELIZABETH SANCHEZ | MATH | 0 | 0-0 | 1 | 0-9 | |

P.S. 213 THE CARL ULLMAN SCHOOL | 5th | KERLINE ROMAIN | ELA | 23 | 10-42 | 2 | 0-23 | |

J.H.S. 118 WILLIAM W. NILES | 7th | SUSAN SCHWIBNER | ELA | 73 | 54-87 | 2 | 0-20 | |

I.S. 238 SUSAN B ANTHONY | 6th | MARY MINCY FRYE | ELA | 5 | 1-23 | 2 | 0-15 | |

I.S. 025 ADRIEN BLOCK | 6th | LESLIE SHEPPERSON | ELA | 2 | 0-11 | 2 | 0-9 | |

M.S. 131 | 8th | NIKOLETA MOULINOS | ELA | 0 | 0-3 | 2 | 0-25 | |

J.H.S. 302 RAFAEL CORDERO | 6th | WAYNE AHLSEN | ELA | 2 | 0-12 | 2 | 0-14 | |

P.S. 080 THURGOOD MARSHALL MAGNET | 4th | PATRICIA HOPKINS | ELA | 32 | 15-55 | 2 | 0-17 | |

P.S. 029 JOHN M. HARRIGAN | 5th | KATHLEEN EVEN | ELA | 5 | 1-12 | 2 | 0-21 | |

M.S. 328 - MANHATTAN MIDDLE SCHOOL FOR SCIENTIFIC | 7th | JOHNNY LOPEZ | MATH | 17 | 7-32 | 2 | 0-24 | |

I.S. 024 MYRA S. BARNES | 7th | MICHELE SICLARI | MARK LANGSTON | ELA | - | 2 | 0-19 | |

M.S. 158 MARIE CURIE | 6th | JOANN GRAZIA | ELA | 38 | 18-62 | 2 | 0-16 | |

EARTH SCHOOL | 5th | THERESA PULLE | MATH | 4 | 1-10 | 2 | 0-15 | |

I.S. R002 GEORGE L. EGBERT | 6th | MICHELLE CASTELLANO | MATH | 5 | 2-9 | 2 | 1-4 | |

MARK TWAIN I.S. 239 FOR THE GIFTED & TALENTED | 7th | RAYMOND SOMENTAC | MATH | 13 | 8-19 | 2 | 0-16 | |

P.S. 007 KINGSBRIDGE | 5th | JEANNIE NUNEZ | MATH | 5 | 1-17 | 2 | 0-18 | |

P.S. 192 - THE MAGNET SCHOOL FOR MATH AND SCIENCE | 5th | SABRINA DIGIAMPIETRO | MATH | 0 | 0-2 | 2 | 0-18 | |

P.S. 197 JOHN B. RUSSWURM | 4th | NICOLE CRANE | ELA | 0 | 0-4 | 2 | 0-18 | |

THE 47 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE & ENGLISH LOWER SCHO | 4th | DAWN KLEIN | ELA | 0 | 0-6 | 2 | 0-19 | |

P.S. 089 CYPRESS HILLS | 4th | GABRIELLE SMITH | MATH | 28 | 12-50 | 2 | 0-24 | |

P.S. 007 SAMUEL STERN | 8th | BRIAN CASEY | MATH | 0 | 0-7 | 2 | 0-21 | |

FREDERICK DOUGLASS ACADEMY V. MIDDLE SCHOOL | 8th | EDWIN BULLOCK | MATH | 25 | 13-40 | 2 | 0-18 | |

P.S./M.S. 029 MELROSE SCHOOL | 7th | ILENE SHANKMAN | ELA | 1 | 0-11 | 2 | 0-23 | |

M.S. 053 BRIAN PICCOLO | 6th | TONI SCHIFFER | SHELLEY THORNTON | MATH | - | 3 | 0-16 | |

P.S. 081 ROBERT J. CHRISTEN | 5th | AMY HOROWITZ | ELA | 30 | 14-50 | 3 | 0-28 | |

P.S. 184M SHUANG WEN | 7th | KEVIN YUHAS | MATH | 0 | 0-1 | 3 | 0-23 | |

P.S. 121 THROOP | 5th | NANCY HARRISON | MATH | 8 | 2-23 | 3 | 0-24 | |

J.H.S. 127 THE CASTLE HILL | 8th | ERIC RIOS | MATH | 0 | 0-4 | 3 | 0-26 | |

I.S. 093 RIDGEWOOD | 6th | SARAH WALTERS | ELA | 19 | 4-50 | 3 | 0-29 | |

P.S. 206 JOSE CELSO BARBOSA | 4th | MARIE HOFFMAN | ELA | 8 | 2-19 | 3 | 0-20 | |

P.S. 084 LILLIAN WEBER | 5th | LIZA APONTE | MATH | 0 | 0-1 | 3 | 0-21 | |

I.S. 227 LOUIS ARMSTRONG | 6th | NEAL BEN DAYAN | ELA | 29 | 14-50 | 3 | 0-14 | |

P.S. 327 DR. ROSE B. ENGLISH | 5th | SHARON PINNOCK PAUL | MATH | 1 | 0-4 | 3 | 0-21 | |

I.S. 285 MEYER LEVIN | 6th | ROCCO ROMANO | MATH | 6 | 1-17 | 3 | 1-8 | |

P.S. 029 JOHN M. HARRIGAN | 5th | MICHAEL MANIACI | KAREN RAMIREZ | ELA | - | 3 | 0-26 | |

I.S. 024 MYRA S. BARNES | 7th | ARIELLE POLLI | MATH | 62 | 49-74 | 3 | 0-23 | |

I.S. 061 LEONARDO DA VINCI | 6th | JESSICA ORTIZ | ELA | 25 | 12-43 | 3 | 0-18 | |

P.S. 3 RAUL JULIA MICRO SOCIETY | 8th | MARIA RUBIO LOPEZ | MATH | 0 | 0-5 | 3 | 0-27 | |

THE QUEENS COLLEGE SCHOOL FOR MATH, SCIENCE AND TE | 7th | MARIEL SALAMANCA | MATH | 0 | 0-1 | 3 | 0-24 | |

P.S. 101 ANDREW DRAPER | 4th | LAUREN DICOSMO | MATH | 1 | 0-7 | 3 | 0-32 | |

P.S. 007 ABRAHAM LINCOLN | 4th | JESSICA LOPEZ | ELA | 2 | 0-15 | 3 | 0-28 | |

P.S. 087 MIDDLE VILLAGE | 6th | SHEERIN OCONNOR | ELA | 3 | 0-15 | 3 | 0-14 | |

P.S. 046 EDGAR ALLAN POE | 5th | STACY NUNEZ | ELA | 0 | 0-1 | 3 | 0-26 | |

P.S. 007 SAMUEL STERN | 4th | TRACY ORTIZ | MATH | 3 | 1-11 | 3 | 0-29 | |

P.S. 045 JOHN TYLER | 4th | NICOLE VITALIANO | ELA | 5 | 1-14 | 3 | 0-20 | |

P.S. 071 FOREST | 4th | MARIE ELEN DOLCE | ELA | 10 | 3-27 | 3 | 0-25 | |

P.S. 206 JOSEPH F LAMB | 7th | TREVLYN HILLER | ELA | 13 | 5-25 | 3 | 0-21 | |

P.S. 306 | 5th | KENNETH BERMAN | ELA | 0 | 0-2 | 3 | 0-27 | |

ASPIRE PREPARATORY MIDDLE SCHOOL | 6th | TRACY RUFFIN | ELA | 2 | 0-31 | 3 | 0-32 | |

EXIMIUS COLLEGE PREPARATORY ACADEMY: A COLLEGE BOA | 8th | DONNA GRAPE | ELA | 0 | 0-1 | 3 | 0-27 | |

J.H.S. 383 PHILLIPPA SCHUYLER | 5th | ALIKE CUMMINGS | MATH | 3 | 1-6 | 3 | 0-20 | |

I.S. 340 | 6th | GLORIA MARTINDALE | ELA | 4 | 0-28 | 4 | 0-27 | |

I.S. 73 - THE FRANK SANSIVIERI INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL | 8th | ARLENE LAVERDI | MATH | 23 | 12-38 | 4 | 0-27 | |

P.S. 009 TEUNIS G. BERGEN | 4th | MERLENE JAMES | MATH | 17 | 6-36 | 4 | 0-31 | |

I.S. 49 BERTA A. DREYFUS | 6th | NOAM LICHTMAN | MATH | 2 | 1-5 | 4 | 1-11 | |

P.S. 233 LANGSTON HUGHES | 4th | MARK STAPLER | ELA | 21 | 9-38 | 4 | 0-27 | |

P.S. 235 LENOX SCHOOL | 7th | CARL ABEND | ELA | 49 | 25-73 | 4 | 0-34 | |

P.S. 181 BROOKLYN | 4th | CARLINE CONSTANT | MATH | 6 | 2-14 | 4 | 0-30 | |

P.S. 102 JACQUES CARTIER | 5th | SARAH GRUMET | MATH | 15 | 7-26 | 4 | 0-24 | |

THE ANGELO PATRI MIDDLE SCHOOL | 8th | AYE AYE SOE WIN | MATH | 1 | 0-5 | 4 | 0-28 | |

ANDRIES HUDDE | 6th | CHRISTINE SUGRUE | ELA | 21 | 6-45 | 4 | 0-24 |

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