District Name: Granada Re-1 District Code: 2650
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. Additionally, districts are responsible for all subgroups of students (race/ethnicity, English Language Learners, Economically Disadvantaged students, and students with disabilities) if there are thirty or more students in the subgroup at a specific grade level. The following data shows district AYP results in comparison to state results.
Student group Reading/Language Arts Mathematics Other Indicator Percent
& Advanced *
& Advanced *
District State District State District State District State District State All Students 100.00 99.93 95.71 89.11 100.00 99.95 73.65 64.51 79.20 74.10 African American NA 99.91 NA 80.33 NA 99.91 NA 39.18 NA 62.70 American Indian/
NA 100.00 NA 84.98 NA 100.00 NA 51.68 NA 56.90 Asian/Pacific
NA 99.62 NA 92.53 NA 99.65 NA 77.74 NA 82.50 Hispanic NA 99.83 NA 78.80 NA 99.91 NA 41.60 NA 56.70 White NA 99.98 NA 94.08 NA 99.99 NA 75.70 NA 80.80 Students with
NA 100.00 NA 61.74 NA 100.00 NA 23.64 NA 68.50 English Language
NA 99.43 NA 71.52 NA 99.60 NA 37.51 NA 65.90 Economically
NA 99.86 NA 79.14 NA 99.90 NA 41.83 NA 69.70
*Confidence Intervals Used
Legend Not Applicable Made AYP Goal AYP Goal Not Made Made Safe Harbor Made Match Safe
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