Dr. Howard Elementary School Meets Annual Yearly Progress After Tests Are Rescored By The Illinois State Board Of Education

Fri, 03/17/2006 - 1:24pm

In a recent report released by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE), Dr. Howard Elementary school was reclassified as 1 of the 10 elementary schools in Champaign that met Annual Yearly Progress after a formal review of students standardized test scores for 2005.  The revised AYP Status Report indicates that 70.9% of all students met state standards in the area of reading and 83.8 % of all students met state standards in the area of math.  “I am extremely pleased with the progress of our elementary schools,” said Deputy Superintendent for Achievement and Equity Dorland Norris.  “We’ve looked at the data by grade level by subgroup and by cohort group.  It looks great.  Our students are outperforming the state and increasing achievement annually.”

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Illinois State Achievement Test Scores Released.  

 
Illinois State Achievement Test (ISAT) indicates that 10 of the 11 tested elementary schools in Champaign met AYP (Adequate Yearly Progress) standards for 2005.  Dr. Howard Elementary School was initially classified as one of the schools that did not attain AYP status for 2005.  After a formal review of students standardized test scores for 2005, the revised AYP Status Report indicates that 70.9% of all students met state standards in the area of reading and 83.8 % of all students met state standards in the area of math. “I am extremely pleased with the progress of our elementary schools,” said Deputy Superintendent for Achievement and Equity Dorland Norris.  “We’ve looked at the data by grade level by subgroup and by cohort group.  It looks great.  Our students are outperforming the state and increasing achievement annually.”
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