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Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Archives

Prior to the approval of its ESEA Flexibility Waiver, Oregon was required under the No Child Left Behind Act to make annual determinations of whether schools and districts made Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) toward the goal of having all students meet rigorous state academic standards by the 2013-2014 school year. For the 2011-12 school year, Oregon produced AMO reports in place of AYP reports. Although these reports still describe performance against rigorous standards (called Annual Measurable Objectives, or AMOs), they no longer make the AYP determinations of Met or Not Met. In 2012-13, these reports were replaced by the Next Generation Accountability reporting system.

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  • AYP Policy and Technical Manual
  • Anticipated Changes for the 2006-2007 Report Cards and AYP Designations
    This document describes the changes ODE expects will be implemented for the 2006-07 academic year. These include: (1) Distribution of School and District Report Cards, (2) Inclusion of 05-06 Reading and Math Assessments in Accountability Reports, (3) New achievement/performance standards for 2006-07, (4) Graduation Rates for Multi-Ethnic Students, and (5) Identification of Schools and Districts for Title I Improvement.
  • 2006-2007 Inclusion Rules
    This manual describes the rules for including student testing results in AYP, Report Card, and Assessment Group Reports. It brings together a number of brief documents into a single file.

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  • How to Read Elementary and Middle Schools AYP Reports
    This document provides additional information about each AYP Report element and how each indicator is calculated for Oregon elementary and middle schools and how to interpret the information found on the reports. It is set up for 8.5" x 14" printing and to be folded as a booklet.
  • Elementary and Middle Schools AYP Calculator
    This Excel file can be used to calculate an AYP determination for Oregon elementary and middle schools without grade 12 and districts without grade spans which are rated on Attendance.
  • How to Read High Schools AYP Reports
    This document provides additional information about each AYP Report element and how each indicator is calculated for Oregon high schools and how to interpret the information found on the reports. It is set up for 8.5" x 14" printing and to be folded as a booklet.
  • High Schools AYP Calculator
    This Excel file can be used to calculate an AYP determination for Oregon high schools and schools with grade 12 and districts without grade spans which are rated on Graduation.
  • How to Read Districts AYP Reports
    This document provides additional information about each AYP Report element and how each indicator is calculated for Oregon school districts and how to interpret the information found on the reports. It is set up for 8.5" x 14" printing and to be folded as a booklet.
  • Districts AYP Calculator

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