questions about AYP?

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If you are a school district or a school:

Assessment and Accountability Division | (505) 827-7975 | email
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If you are a parent:

Quality Assurance Bureau
Help Desk

(505) 827-4296 | submit online

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If you are a representative of the media:

Public Information Office
Beverly Friedman, PIO
(505) 827-6661 | email

AYP 2010

AYP Quick Facts 2010

Detailed AYP Reports

District Summary Report
School Summary Report, including Title I Services

Schools Off Designation for 2010

AYP 2010 Appeals Summary

Standards Based Assessment - 2005-2010 - Academic Growth


AYP Press Conference, August 2, 2010
Dr. Susanna Murphy, New Mexico Secretary of Education

Student Performance Charts and Graphs

Secretary of Education Announces 2010 AYP Results

37 Ways to Miss AYP
Questions and Answers about AYP
Annual Measurable Objectives 2007-2014

Schools Missing AYP by 1, 2, or 3 Indicators

School 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.

Request for 2010 AYP and Designation Review

Must submit this form by Monday, August 16, 2010 at 5:00pm.

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Accreditation Letters

2010 NCLB AYP School Accreditation Letters


Prior Year Reports, by District and School

2009
Ratings and designations apply to 2009-2010
district schools | charter schools

2008
Ratings and designations apply to 2008-2009
district schools | charter schools

2007
Ratings and designations apply to 2007-2008
district schools | charter schools

2006
Ratings and designations apply to 2006-2007
district schools | charter schools

2005
district schools | charter schools
Ratings and designations apply to 2005-2006

2004
Ratings and designations apply to 2004-2005
district schools | charter schools

No Child Left Behind (ED.gov)

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


AYP Basics

FAQ: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About AYP

AYP for New and Reorganized Schools

How to Make AYP: A Quick Reference Guide

AYP Business Rules

Cohort Graduation Rate

Definition, Frequently Asked Questions, Graduation Rates and More ...

School Improvement

New Mexico Data Dashboard

School Improvement Framework for 2009-2010

Comparison of Various Federal and State School Improvement Requirements

School Improvement and Public School Choice Parent Notification Letter and Checklist Template | en Español

LEA and School Improvement
Non-Regulatory Guidance

Public School Choice Technical Assistance Q&A

Memo: Title I School Improvement Requirements: Parent Notification, School Choice and Supplemental Educational Services

Best in Class: System of Support for Districts and Schools

Additional Reference Materials

Reorganization of Grade Levels, Opening and Closing Schools

Consolidated State Accountability Workbook (Revised 2008)

New Mexico English Language Development Standards

Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) 2007-2014

School Improvement Grants (SIG)

Working Together: School-Family-Community Partnerships


NMPED Resource Links

Priority Schools Bureau

Title I Programs

Bilingual and Multicultural Education Bureau

Special Education Bureau

Quality Assurance Bureau

Response to Intervention (RtI)

Assessment and Accountability Division

Charter School Division