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Reading and Interpreting the AYP Status Report. ANNUAL MEASURABLE OBJECTIV ES Percentage of Proficient Students (ARMT & AHSGE Baseline Standards) 20042005200620072008200920102011201220132014.

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1 Reading and Interpreting the AYP Status Report

2 ANNUAL MEASURABLE OBJECTIV ES Percentage of Proficient Students (ARMT & AHSGE Baseline Standards) Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade MATHEMATICS Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade No Child Left Behind and AYP

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4 95 % 0.0 or above HS or schools with Grade 12: 90 % GR or improvement Grades 3 - 8: 95% attendance rate

5 ANNUAL MEASURABLE OBJECTIV ES Percentage of Proficient Students (ARMT & AHSGE Baseline Standards) Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade MATHEMATICS Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade

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8 School Improvement Goals over time Goals over time School performance this year and prior years School performance this year and prior years Two consecutive years in the same component Two consecutive years in the same component

9 “Two and Two” No AYP SI 1 Made AYP Not in SI SI 1 D SI 2

10 Reading No AYP Reading SI Year 1 Mathematics SI Year1D Reading SI Year 2 Mathematics No AYP Mathematics SI Year 1 AAI No AYP AAI SI Year 1 AAI SI Year 3 AAI SI Year 2

11 There are 4 Ways to Make AYP Meet proficiency Confidence Interval (CI) Uniform Averaging (UA) Safe Harbor (SH)

12 Partial Credit Students scoring in Levels III or IV are considered to be proficient and count as 1.0 toward proficiency. Students scoring in Level II are considered to be partially proficient and count as 0.5 toward proficiency. Students scoring in Levels III or IV are considered to be proficient and count as 1.0 toward proficiency. Students scoring in Level II are considered to be partially proficient and count as 0.5 toward proficiency.

13 Need More Information? Follow this path to get to the Interpretive Guide document: – – Sections – Student Assessment – Publications – Choose document and download Follow this path to get to the Sanctions and Rewards document: – – Sections – Federal Programs – Publications – Choose document and download


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