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Neil Armstrong Elem School

Primary School (K/PK-5)

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5030 Imperial Dr
Richton Park,
IL
60471

What do students and teachers say about Neil Armstrong?

In 2016, students and teachers in The State of Illinois participated in the 2016 Illinois 5Essentials Survey, which asked questions about their school’s culture and climate. Neil Armstrong Elem School’s performance on the 5Essentials (fig. 1) summarizes the participants’ answers to those survey questions as they relate to the 5Essentials.

Neil Armstrong is partially organized for improvement

The 5Essentials can identify the ways in which a school is organized for school improvement. In fact, over two decades of research on Chicago Public Schools has shown that schools strong on three or more of these essentials were 10 times more likely to improve student learning than schools weak in three or more.

Explore the Survey Reports to see Neil Armstrong's performance on the 5Essentials, the main concepts underlying the 5Essentials (measures), and individual survey questions underlying each measure.

Need help interpreting these results? Go to the FAQs and Support section to learn more about what the results mean and how to use the results for school improvement. You'll also find explanations of how scores are calculated.

The 5Essentials framework was validated by the University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research at the University of Chicago Urban Education Institute, in partnership with Chicago Public Schools. Research identifies Effective Leaders, Collaborative Teachers, Involved Families, Supportive Environment, and Ambitious Instruction as the factors that matter most for student learning.

Neil Armstrong Elem School
Overall Performance on the 5Essentials

Five Essentials

Most Implementation
More Implementation
Average Implementation
Less Implementation
Least Implementation
Low Response/Not Applicable
* Some measure data available.

Figure 1.

Survey Response Rates for Neil Armstrong

Respondent Response Rate (Illinois)
Students 0.0% (75.8%)
Teachers 80.7% (82.5%)
Parents 38.5% (16.3%)