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An Overview of the Accountability Plan Matrix and Annual Measurable Objectives (Proficiency Targets). July 2008 Margo Healy Director of Assessment and Accountability Office of the State Board. Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). Chart 2: Idaho School and LEA Sanctions.

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adequate yearly progress ayp

An Overview of the Accountability Plan Matrix

and Annual Measurable Objectives (Proficiency Targets)

July 2008

Margo Healy

Director of Assessment and Accountability

Office of the State Board

Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)

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Chart 2: Idaho School and LEA Sanctions

The Alert status has no sanctions. If you are in alert and you mayke AYP the following year– you are back to MET GOAL.

Met Goal

Alert

Once you move into the School Improvement Status, you must make AYP for 2 consecutive years to get back to Met Goal.

The first year you will see *School Improvement 1, the asterisk means you have met goal for the first of the 2 required years.

School Improvement 1

School Improvement 2

School Improvement 3

School Improvement 4

School Improvement 5

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We use an asterisk to mark the holding year. A second year of meeting the

percent proficient goal moves the school back to “Met Goal”.

If, on the other hand, in the second year the school/district does NOT meet the

percent proficient goal, the school advances to the next level of School Improvement.

*

  • Met Goal
  • Baseline
  • Alert
  • School \
  • Improvement 1
  • School Improvement 2
  • School Improvement 3
  • School Improvement 4
  • School Improvement 5

*Holding Pattern

After a school/district passes into

“School Improvement”…

…it takes 2 years of making the target to get out of jeopardy.

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Questions that you might expect!
  • To locate the Consolidated State Application Accountability Workbook
  • Go to OSBE http://www.boardofed.idaho.gov/
  • Click on ISAT icon
  • Left Menu: Accountability Federal
  • http://www.boardofed.idaho.gov/http://www.boardofed.idaho.gov/
    • Chart 2: Idaho School and LEA Sanctions, Page 13
    • 2007 Annual Measurable Objective Percentage Proficient Targets, Page 26