**Please note that with the approval of the NCLB Flexibility Waiver, many of the requirements included in the information below are no longer in effect. The information will remain posted for reference.**
Adequate Yearly Progress
Under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001, states and school districts are required to make annual Adequate Yearly Progress determinations for districts and schools, respectively. The ultimate goal of AYP is to have all students proficient in reading and math by the year 2014.
Resources for AYP 2010-2011
- AYP Process and Timeline 2010-2011 Determinations Webinar - pdf
- AYP ADE Respondent Form - word
- AYP ADE Users Guide 2010-2011 - pdf
- AYP Information Page -
word - This document is a great way to share information about AYP with
teachers, parents and board members - 2011
In order for a district or school to make AYP, all of the following requirements must be met:
- Achieve a 95% participation rate in state reading and math assessments.
- Reach targets for either proficiency or decrease non-proficiency in reading and math.
- Reach targets for one other indicator - advanced level of performance for elementary and middle schools in reading and math and graduation rate for high schools.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- Why does AYP exist?
- What is AYP?
- Who has to make AYP?
- Can a given student be included in more than one subgroup?
- Do private schools or institutions have to make AYP?
- What happens if a Title I school or a school district doesn’t make AYP?
- How can schools and school districts be removed from Improvement status?
- What do schools and school districts have to do in order to make AYP?
- Where can I find a glossary of terms?
NCLB AYP Growth Proposal
- Colorado's NCLB AYP Growth Proposal - October 2008 - pdf
- Revisions to Colorado's NCLB AYP Growth Proposal - January 2009 - pdf
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