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Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) 2008
Reporting Adequate Yearly Progress as Required by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001

AYP represents the annual academic proficiency targets in reading and math that the state, school districts and schools must reach to be
considered on track with the federally mandated goal of 100% proficiency by school year 2013-14.

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District AYP 2008-2009
School AYP 2008-2009


AYP Detail Reports, by District and School

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2008 NCLB AYP School Accreditation Letters

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Appeal of NCLB Designation

NCLB legislation provides an appeal process for schools that are identified for School Improvement I, School Improvement II, Corrective Action, Restructuring I, or Restructuring II.  The Superintendent or Charter School Administrator may file an appeal when he / she believes that there are statistical or other substantive reasons resulting in an incorrect designation. 

 

Letter regarding AYP Accountability Report Review

NCLB Designation Review Form

 

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Previous Year Reports

2007-2008 District Report

2006-2007 School Accountability Reports
districts | charters

2005-2006 School Accountability Reports
districts | charters

2004-2005 School Accountability Reports
districts | charters

2003-2004 School Accountability Reports
districts | charters

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August 1, 2008

AYP Press Conference, August 1, 2008
Dr. Veronica García, New Mexico Secretary of Education

Education Secretary García's Remarks

Handouts:

AYP Quick Facts 2008
Annual Measurable Objectives 2007-2014
37 Ways to Miss AYP
Questions and Answers about AYP
AYP Status and Designations, including Title I Services
Schools Missing AYP by 1, 2, or 3 Indicators
13 New Mexico Schools Recognized for Coming Off of NCLB AYP Designation

 

AYP Basics

FAQ: Answers to frequently asked questions about AYP

Glossary of terms

School Improvement

2008-2009 School Improvement Framework

For School Administrators-
School Improvement

For General Public-
School Improvement
School Improvement Designations and Requirements for School Year 2008-2009
Public School Choice Q&A
School Improvement and Public School Choice Parent Notification Template

Reference Materials

Consolidated State Accountability Workbook (Revised 2008)
Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) 2007-2014
How to Make AYP:
A Quick Reference Guide

 

NMPED Resource Links

Priority Schools Bureau

Assessment and Accountability Division

Title I Programs

Bilingual and Multicultural Education Bureau

Special Education Bureau

Response to Intervention (RtI)

Federal AYP Resources

No Child Left Behind website (ED.gov)

No Child Left Behind: A Parent's Guide (ED.gov)

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