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Adequate Yearly Progress: A State Snapshot

September 03, 2003 1 min read
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Below are figures from a selection of states that have announced how many schools did not make “adequate yearly progress” for the past academic year under the No Child Left Behind law. In some cases, those numbers were still subject to change, pending appeals by schoolsor other corrections.

State Number of schools that
failed to make AYP
Percent of schools that
failed to make AYP
Alaska * 283 58%
California * 3,219 45
Connecticut 157 16
Delaware 98 57
Florida * 2,525 87
Georgia 846 42
Kansas 183 13
Minnesota 143 8
Montana * 179 21
Ohio 829 21
Oregon * 365 32
Pennsylvania * 1,428 51
West Virginia 326 45
Wyoming 55 15
* These numbers are preliminary, pending appeals process.
Minnesota and Montana have not yet made determinations for some very small schools.

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