Dist. 54 schools unable to ‘book’ AYP
Shabbona, White Oak top percentage in math, fall short in reading
Morris Elementary School District 54 met the 2012 Adequate Yearly Progress standards in mathematics, but did not meet reading standards at White Oak Elementary School nor Shabbona Middle School.
The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 requires states to measure public school’s and district’s progress and establish achievement goals, according to the Illinois State Board of Education website. Overall, the goal nationwide is to have all students meeting or exceeding standards by 2014.
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