56% Proficiency in Mathematics, 63% Proficiency in Reading


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Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP), as part of the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), holds LEAs accountable to students, their parents, teachers, and the community. The purpose of AYP is to ensure that all students have reading and math skills that prepare them for the future. The law states that all students must reach the Proficient level or higher in Reading or Language Arts and Mathematics by 2014.

  • Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP), as part of the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), holds LEAs accountable to students, their parents, teachers, and the community. The purpose of AYP is to ensure that all students have reading and math skills that prepare them for the future. The law states that all students must reach the Proficient level or higher in Reading or Language Arts and Mathematics by 2014.

  • AYP measures determine whether a school or district is making sufficient annual progress towards the goal of 100% proficiency

  • AYP measures student results for three indicators

    • Attendance (for schools without a High School graduating class) or Graduation Rate (for schools with a High School graduating class)
    • Academic Performance
    • Test Participation
  • 2010 Targets 56% Proficiency in Mathematics, 63% Proficiency in Reading

  • 2011 Targets 67% Proficiency in Mathematics, 72% Proficiency in Reading



















































PSSA/Achievement…PVAAS/Growth

  • PSSA/Achievement…PVAAS/Growth

    • As PVAAS analyses utilize the PSSA assessment data, PVAAS growth reports are available in (1) Math and Reading for grades 4 through 8, and 11; (2) Science for grades 4, 8, and 11; and (3) Writing for grades 5, 8, and 11. These are the grade levels in which the PSSA is administered. Even though the PSSA is administered in grade 3, PVAAS growth reports are not available for these cohorts. As grade 3 is the first year of state testing, there is no prior history from which to calculate a measure of growth.
    • For grades 4 through 8 in Math and Reading, students are tested with the PSSA in consecutive years. This Value-Added Report is based on the Growth Standard Methodology.
    • For Science, Writing, and grade 11 Reading and Math, students are not tested in consecutive years. This Value-Added report is based on the Predictive Methodology.










The Data is regularly reviewed and analyzed



Teachers have been involved in data analysis and use of data for instructional decision making

  • Teachers have been involved in data analysis and use of data for instructional decision making

  • Both the middle school and the high school have built intervention courses into their schedules

  • The high school has been following a multi-year plan to collapse academic courses and to have all students engaged in a rigorous curriculum

  • Staffing remains a priority in the area of reading, special education and ESL

  • Professional development is designed based upon student need: Focus on Math/Differentiated Instruction/Technology




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