Latest Adequate Yearly Progress Stories
Online K-12 schools expand, but fail kids -- lagging academic performance, high dropout rates, limited oversight, and excessive costs.
Students with print disabilities who have access to audiobooks significantly outperform their peers in math tests, according to a recent study conducted by the national nonprofit Learning Ally.
WEST CHESTER, Pa., Aug. 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Pennsylvania Leadership Charter School is pleased to announce that it has met the state's Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) designation. PA Leadership is a state-wide, tuition-free cyber charter school.
NEW YORK, Oct. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- The U.S. Department of Education and individual state departments of education have recognized achievement gains at three EdisonLearning schools, all part of EdisonLearning's national network of more than 100 schools in 23 states.
By Phyllis Coulter NORMAL Economically disadvantaged students in three of Unit 5 elementary schools didn't reach the state's required adequate yearly progress goals in reading this year, school board members learned Wednesday.
By ELISABETH HULETTE Staff Writer Great cheers and sighs of relief went up at Annapolis High yesterday when teachers and students learned that after six long years and enduring some tough changes, their school finally has met state targets on standardized tests.
By Shawn Cetrone / firstname.lastname@example.org Fewer elementary and middle schools than ever before in York County and across the state reached federal student achievement goals this year, according to results released Wednesday.
By RHONDA BODFIELD After No Child Left Behind got its wheels in 2002, Arizona had a choice: Hurt now or hurt later. It chose later. And it was in good company.
By Elizabeth Stuart Deseret News PROVO -- School's been out for two hours, but Provo's Sunset View Elementary is still buzzing with activity. In one room, kindergartners are making caterpillars out of construction paper. In another, second-graders are practicing their reading skills.
- A poem in which the author retracts something said in an earlier poem.