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Welcome to the Comprehensive Instructional Program (CIP).  The CIP is a consortium of public school divisions in Virginia working collaboratively to improve student achievement.  Within this site you will find extremely detailed lesson plans for teaching in your classroom.  The CIP is designed to help instructors by providing lesson plans, activities, and assessments that are highly aligned to Virginia's Standards of Learning in content and rigor.  These resources have been submitted by teachers who have demonstrated superior performance as evidenced by their students' scores on Virginia's SOL assessments.

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Improving Student Achievement

2015 On-Time Graduation Rate Report

To read more about the model on which some of the Region VII improvement efforts are based, please view our Comprehensive School Improvement document.

Comprehensive Instructional Program Information

CIP divisions outpace the state in pass rate gains!  

See the link below for full details.

2016 CIP Data

2017 CIP Benchmark Information

2016 CIP SOL Performance

CIP divisions experience great gains in 2016!  Check out their performance relative to the rest of the state.

2016 CIP PerformanceCC

CIP Updates

CIP Benchmark Correlations

During the 2016 school year, CIP benchmarks were implemented in participating school divisions.  The report attached here provides an analysis of benchmark and SOL results.  Each course's benchmarks proved to be highly aligned to the corresponding SOL tests.  All correlations were positive, significant, and very strong.

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