06-07 NCLB District Accountability Data

District Name: Valley Re-1 District Code: 1828
Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) 2006-07 Reporting Data:
The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001, requires the Colorado Department of Education to make a determination of Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for every school district in the state. CDE calculates AYP for each district by measuring participation rates, math and reading performance, and graduation rate targets for the elementary, middle and high school levels.

Summary Data

  • District Made AYP 2006-07: NO
  • District Made AYP Reading 2006-07: No
  • District Made AYP Math 2006-07: No
  • Number of Targets: 92
  • Number of Targets Made: 87
  • Percent of Targets Made: 94.57%

Please visit the AYP website for additional information

Detail Reports

Profile Reports by School Year

District Program Improvement Status:

NCLB requires every district that receives funds under Title I to make AYP targets annually. A district is identified for Title I Program Improvement if it does not make AYP in the same content area (reading or math) for two consecutive years.

Highly Qualified Teachers Data:

NCLB requires that all teachers teaching in core-academic content areas meet the requirements for being designated as “Highly Qualified,” no later than the end of the 2006-07 school year. Core-academic content areas are defined as: English, Reading, Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Foreign Languages, Social Studies, the Arts (visual art music and drama).

District Title III Accountability Report:

The Title III Accountability Report indicates the status of each local educational agency (LEA) in meeting the three Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives (AMAOs).

NCLB School Level Accountability Data:

Adequate Yearly Progress, Improvement Status and Highly Qualified Teacher data is also calculated for schools.

Professional Development and School Support (PDSSP):

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