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AYP TARGETS
2007-2014 

PRINCIPLE 3. State definition of AYP is based on expectations for growth in student achievement that is continuous and substantial, such that all students are proficient in reading/language arts and mathematics no later than 2013-2014.

CRITICAL ELEMENT

           EXAMPLES FOR   
         MEETING
         REQUIREMENTS
 

EXAMPLES OF
NOT MEETING
REQUIREMENTS

3.1 How does the State’s definition of adequate yearly progress require all students to be proficient in reading/language arts and mathematics by the 2013-2014 academic year?

The State has a timeline for ensuring that all students will meet or exceed the State’s proficient level of academic achievement in reading/language arts3 and mathematics, not later than 2013-2014.

State definition does not require all students to achieve proficiency by 2013-2014.

State extends the timeline past

the 2013-2014 academic year.

STATE RESPONSE AND STATE ACTIVITIES FOR MEETING REQUIREMENTS

Missouri has determined an AYP time line that requires all students to meet or exceed the State’s proficient level in communication arts and math not later than 2013-2014. AYP calculations will be made for all public schools and districts and for all required subgroups in communication arts and math based on performance or improvement (Safe Harbor) toward meeting the 100% goal.

Adequate Yearly Progress – Missouri

Year

Communication Arts

Math

2014*

100

100

2013*

91.8

90.8

2012*

83.7

81.7

2011*

75.5

72.5

2010*

67.4

63.3

2009*

59.2

54.1

2008*

51.0

45.0

2007*

42.9

35.8

2006*

34.7

26.6

2005*

26.6

17.5

2004

20.4

10.3

2003

19.4

9.3

2002

18.4

8.3

*Intermediate Goal.

 

3 If the state has separate assessments to cover its language arts standards (e.g., reading and writing), the State must create a method to include scores from all the relevant assessments.

 


Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Division of School Improvement - Federal Programs
Email: webreplyfedpro@dese.mo.gov
Phone: 573-751-3520
Revised: October 26, 2006

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