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Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Reporting

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The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001 requires each district/school to annually demonstrate adequate yearly progress towards meeting the tate academic annual measurable objectives (AMOs), participation rate, and other academic indicators goals.

 

Spring 2012 Training Presentations

Step-by-step video on completing the 2011-12 AYP web application

2011-2012 AYP Web Application Instructions

Proposed NCLB Waiver Accountability Overview

 

Proficiency Cut Scores

2011-2012 AYP proficiency cut scores for the Iowa Assessments are determined in the Standard Score metric specific to grade, content, and time of year (fall, midyear, spring).  They represent the same level of achievement as the previous cut scores. These cut scores should be considered preliminary until final approval is received from the United States Department of Education.

2011-2012 AYP Proficiency Cut Scores

Visit Iowa Testing Programs website for more information on Iowa Assessments.

 

Technical Assistance

Annual Progress Report and Annual Yearly Progress Reporting and Accountability Compare and Contrast

2011-2012 AYP Handbook

AYP Process: Barcode to SINA/DINA

Adequate Yearly Progress Talking Points (2007-03-20)

AYP Reading and Mathematics trajectories using annual data (2006-07-17)

AYP Reading and Mathematics Trajectories (2006-07-17)

AYP Flowchart (2006-07-17)

 

AYP Reporting FAQs

 

Schools and Districts in Need of Assistance (SINA/DINA)

Printed from the Iowa Department of Education website on April 21, 2014 at 6:21am.