District Reports Percentage of Ketchikan Students At Each Statewide Assessment Level & Measures of Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
August 21, 2003
According to the Alaska Department of Education there are 31 targets that a school must reach or the school does not make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). A school can be on the list by not making AYP with as few as one group of students on one test or by not making AYP with all categories of students on both tests.
Three of ten Ketchikan School were listed by the Alaska Department of Education as meeting Adequate Yearly Progress. However, according to the information provided by Ketchikan Superintendent Harry Martin all of Ketchikan's students tested met the state's established proficiency requirements for language arts and math with the exception of students with disabilities in all schools other than reportedly Pt. Higgins.
For more indepth category results for each Ketchikan school, click here to download the five-page Ketchikan schools' results summary provided by Superintendent Harry Martin.
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Source of Ketchikan Schools' AYP Results Summary Report: