The chart tells us the information there is
No telling why they would post old data.
In any case, the “success” headline is a lie. A quick run to the VDOE database measures the size of that lie: On the 2015 SOL tests, just announced in August, 2016, Richmond was lowest in the state in terms of the reading pass rate and second lowest in writing, history & social science, math, and science.
If that is “success,” I am Bill Gates.
Returning to the chart, we see this picture of RPS demographics.
Hmmm. That 1.33% Asian slice is smaller than the 0.06% Hawaiian and much smaller than the 0.16% Am-Indian. Let’s see what Excel does with the same numbers:
OK. The graph is wrong but, unlike the “success” lie, there’s no benefit to it. It just demonstrates incompetence in graphing.
Then we have arithmetic:
Thing is, if you add up the numbers, it’s 43 schools, not 44.
According to the Chart, RPS is spending more than a third of a billion dollars a year. For that price, in one chart on their Web site they manage to tell a blatant lie, proffer a nonsense graph, and demonstrate that they have not mastered simple arithmetic.
Your tax dollars at “work.”