Sentences with phrase «annual measurable objectives»
• Academic targets known as «annual measurable objectives
Also see Academic Reviews VDOE also assists schools not meeting the annual measurable objectives
of Virginia's federal No Child Left Behind flexibility waiver.
While all individual students are ostensibly still expected to reach proficiency in core subjects, some states have adjusted their «annual measurable objectives
» for schools so that the percentage of students that must show progress on standardized tests varies by race and ethnic group.
A state can propose its own approach to accountability, for example — as long as it includes «annual measurable objectives
,» «priority schools,» «focus schools,» «reward schools,» and on and on and on.
«When they changed their standards in 2005, under the law, they had the opportunity then to reset their AMOs [annual measurable objective
] but didn't,» Hamilton said.
Schools in Rhode Island that received rankings of «low performing» and «in need of improvement» share one common factor — the failure of the subgroup with individualized education programs (IEPs) to meet annual measurable objectives
on state assessments.
If an SEA needs additional time to plan for implementation of the flexibility, it may request approval to use as its annual measurable objectives
(AMOs) for adequate yearly progress (AYP) determinations based on assessments administered in the 2011-2012 school year the same AMOs that it used the previous year.
If the targets, which the law calls annual measurable objectives
, rose again as scheduled, that number would increase to 383, including many schools that Ms. Juneau said were raising student achievement.
the accountability group met or exceeded, or did not differ significantly as determined by the commissioner, from the annual measurable objective
for that criterion; or
Nine of the states that have received ESEA Waivers from the Department - Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Idaho, Louisiana, New Mexico Oklahoma, Oregon, and Texas - include dual and concurrent enrollment classes as an indicator of college readiness as part of their annual measurable objectives
For example, the department has offered states the chance to freeze their annual measurable objectives
, or AMOs, and push back the timeline for using teacher evaluation to inform personnel decisions.
The notice addresses a number of areas including state assessments, annual measurable objectives
(AMOs), conditions under ESEA (Elementary and Secondary Education Act) flexibility, and educator evaluation and support systems.