Student Mobility Rate
The majority of MPN students are roughly on par with SFUSD’s rate of student mobility district-wide. The one exception is Everett Middle School. Students here experience higher mobility from one year to the next compared to other MPN students. Although the reasons are unclear as to why more MPN students enter and leave during middle school, the data does suggest greater targeted intervention during this age to ensure that increased mobility doesn’t translate into lower academic achievement as students transition into high school.
San Francisco Unified and the California Department of Education collect information on the number of students that enter and exit schools, as a measure of student mobility. The data reported for MPN target schools represents the percentages of students who were counted as part of the school’s enrollment during October 2010 and who have been continuously enrolled at the school since that date.