NCSD directors pleased with student progress in AYP
Elementary and Secondary Education Services Directors Jim Gilbert and Tina Ross, respectively, are pleased with the Newton Community School District’s students’ results in the 2012-13 Adequate Yearly Progress reports.
“This is sort of our report card on how schools are meeting the No Child Left Behind (Act) trajectories,” Gilbert said. “In Newton, we have results for each building. In Iowa, every school district and every school gets that same kind of feedback. All the scores are based on the student’s proficiency in the Iowa Assessments.”
Schools performances in the AYP are graded via several Annual Measurable Objectives, or AMO, which score children in math and reading, who are in the third through eighth or 11th grades.
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