AYP Data Up

The Department of Education has just posted No Child Left Behind Data for 2010, which indicates which schools made Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) and which schools are on the dreaded list of Schools In Need of Improvement (SINI).

According to a DOE press release,
For the 2009/2010 school year, the data shows 209 additional schools did not meet AYP standards for two years in a row, bringing the total number of Schools in Need of Improvement to 657. The report also shows 18 more school districts are now in Districts in Need of Improvement status, bringing the total number to 57 of the state’s 627 districts.

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