AYP is the key measure in determining whether a public school or school district is making "annual progress" towards the academic goals established by each state. Each state is responsible for setting goals that call for "continuous and substantial improvement" of each public school district and public school, with the ultimate outcome that all students must meet the state's standards for proficiency in language arts and math by the year 2014.
Title: Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP): Action Guide for Parents and Communities
Publication date 2006-10-29
Publication Year 2006
Public Education Network (PEN)
, National Coalition for Parent Involvement in Education
North America / United States
, title i schools
, district and school
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