District 99 student test scores fall below Adequate Yearly Progress
DOWNERS GROVE – District 99 high school students' state test scores failed to make Adequate Yearly Progress this year, the school district announced during a workshop meeting Monday.
Because District 99 receives Title 1 funding to help at-risk-students, it must make Adequate Yearly Progress as defined by the federal government's No Child Left Behind program.
For 2013, the minimum state target was 92.5 percent of all juniors meeting or exceeding reading and math standards on the Prairie State Achievement Test. That benchmark percentage increases every year, which has led to the majority of high schools in the state not meeting AYP. Last year, less than 10 schools statewide made AYP, according to District 99.
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