Student growth measures whether students are on target to become proficient, or maintain proficiency, of English/Language Arts and Mathematics academic standards within four years. Student Growth Percentiles (SGPs) are used to determine whether students are making adequate growth annually to meet these targets. SGPs describe a student's learning as compared to other students sharing the same performance history as the student, or the student's 'academic peers.' Only students with two consecutive assessment results who spend most of the school year enrolled in the school are included when reporting the growth of students.
What percentage of students in this network met or exceeded their annual growth target?
Student growth measures whether students are on target to become proficient or maintain proficiency of English/Language Arts and mathematics standards.
Lowest Performing 25% of Students Grades 3-8
Lowest Performing 25% of Students of Students Grades 3-8
How are students in this network performing compared to the state's interim targets for English/Language Arts and Mathematics growth toward proficiency?
Interim targets indicate expected progress needed to achieve the state’s long-term goals for growth toward proficiency.