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2007 AYP UPDATE Rachelle Tome Maine Department of Education email@example.com 207-624-6705. Title IA Accountability Team at DOE. Rachelle Tome, Coordinator,Title IA Accountability & School Improvement, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Phone: (207) 624-6705 fax: (207) 624-6706
Proposed performance targets
Grades 3-8 50% 40%
Grade 11 50% 20%
New attendance/ graduation targets
Grade 3-8 Attendance 88%
Graduation rate for High School 64%
Previously, many sub groups were too small to be reviewed for AYP.
REMEMBER: AYP will be determined for
any NCLB sub group with 20 or more
The MEDMS home page is available at: http://www.maine.gov/education/medms/
MEDMS DATA IS YOUR DATA
School Does Not Make AYP 4th year = CIPS3
Stage II-Corrective Action
Schools in CIPS3 status must select one of these Corrective actions:
School Does Not Make AYP 5th year = CIPS4 Stage III- Restructuring
Schools in CIPS4 status must implement one of the following alternative governance arrangements, consistent with State law, by the beginning of the next school year.
**These options, although listed in Federal regulations, are not currently available under Maine Law
** Reopen school as a public charter school
** Enter into a contract with an entity, such as a private management company, with a demonstrated record of effectiveness to operate the school
** State takeover
School Does Not Make AYP 6th year = CIPS5 Stage III- Restructuring continues
District level status for all levels
At least one level (Elementary, Middle, or High School) Makes AYP at the district level in two years
Schools in CIPS status for
2006-2007: 2 elementary schools,
38 middle schools,
2005-2006: 21 high schools
19 of these schools receive Title IA funds and are eligible for technical assistance and additional school improvement funding.
To view the Continuous Improvement Priority Schools 2006-2007, please visit
July - Schools receive state assessment data and have two week review period
August –Schools receive AYP data and have two week review period
September-October- Short Team Assessment Strategies planned, developed, and implemented
November- CIPS Plans developed
January- MDOE prepares contracts
January-February- Schools secure professional development
March- State Assessment is given to students in Grades 3-8
April- Schools should complete planning for summer work
May- CIPS Year End Review- What indicators were completed and not completed?
June- Improving Schools Symposium for Title IA Monitor and CIPS Schools
1. School Improvement Consultant assigned to Title IA CIPS school
2005-2006 Grades 3-8 Released items.
Enhanced Grade Level Expectations.