What does "choice" indicate beside the schools.
Title I schools that do not make AYP for two consecutive years are identified as a School In Need of Improvement.In year one of School Improvement, the school must develop an improvement plan and offer school choice.In year two, the school must offer Supplemental Educational Services (SES) in addition to school choice.In year three, the school district must implement one or more of a list of corrective actions. A restructuring plan is developed when the school or district has not made AYP for a total of 5 consecutive years.
I wonder when the local newspaper will get around to reporting on the scores?
watch out District 150 teachers you will be fired for not performing in the classrooms. The district is busting the union and firing teachers who have tenure.
I dont know why they dont fire the superintendent. she made all of the genius decisions to rearrange, fire and dismantle and for what???? What kind of results came of it?
Lathan has made a bigger mess than she found....much like Obama!
FWIW...East Peoria Community High School has not met AYP for 5 consecutive years and is now in "restructuring".
Don't forget that AYP is going up each year. The state is making it impossible to meet.
There is nothing for the PJStar to report as schools only have preliminary AYP data. The State of IL only publicly released the results for 2010/11 on Oct 20 last year.http://www.isbe.state.il.us/news/2011/oct20.htmAt the same time, under the completely unreasonable NCLB AYP standards, last year only 8 high schools in all of Illinois made AYP.
The unreasonable NCLB AYP standards should be the headline. Not "only 4 schools meet AYP"
On a list where most schools showed a decrease, I notice that Garfield shows an increase. Interesting since Lathan closed this school and demoted their principal.
I heard today that one or more of the schools shown on the list above did not make AYP. Can anybody confirm?Thanks.
The interactive site is a little easier to look at - but it shows the same 4 schools. http://iirc.niu.edu/
kohlrabi - the site shows the same 4 schools because it's the same old 2010/2011 data first reported on the site last October.IL still hasn't received a federal waiver to NCLB - as such each school will need to reach 85% meets/exceeds in all subgroups to make AYP for 2011/2012. My guess is only Washington and maybe Charter Oak will reach AYP under the current parameters.
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