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What is Adequate Yearly Progress? - Oakes Public School

What is Adequate Yearly Progress? - Oakes Public School

What is Adequate Yearly Progress? - Oakes Public

August 6, 2013 Dear Parents, Our school district is dedicated to providing its students the education they need to prepare them to graduate from high school and enter their adult lives. Our school is committed to maintaining a high quality education for our students, and we are working hard to provide continuous support to our teachers and our students as they work toward achieving the high academic standards we have set for them. What is Adequate Yearly Progress? Federal law, under the No Child Left Behind Act, requires increased accountability for schools to reach high standards for all students in reading and mathematics. Each year, as part of the requirements for the No Child Left Behind Act, the state releases Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) reports for each school building in the state of North Dakota. These reports measure our students’ performance in terms of the percentage of students who are at or above state-defined academic standards in reading and mathematics as measured by the North Dakota State Assessment. The reports are called Adequate Yearly Progress reports. You will find with this letter reports for Oakes Elementary School, Oakes High School, and a composite report for the district How is Adequate Yearly Progress Determined? The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) requires states to set proficiency standards for schools to identify if schools are making Adequate Yearly Progress. Schools are then measured against these proficiency standards in terms of the percentage of students who are meeting or above the standard. Adequate Yearly Progress is then determined in terms of the following criteria: 1. The state requires that, at each school building and in the district as a whole, students in reading and students in mathematics be at or above proficiency in terms of the state’s academic standards in order to be considered making Adequate Yearly Progress. 2. In addition, the state further requires that the same percentage of several subgroups of students must reach or exceed these standards. 3. Also, in order to be considered making Adequate Yearly Progress, at least 95 percent of students must have taken North Dakota state assessment. 4. Elementary and middle schools are required to meet or exceed 93 percent attendance rates for the school year in order to make Adequate Yearly Progress. 5. High schools must meet or exceed a cohort graduation rate of 89.9 percent in order to make Adequate Yearly Progress.

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