Four area districts ‘on track’ to meet AYP
BEMIDJI — Several area schools have received notices that they are “on track” to meet state requirements in closing achievement gaps.
The state, through its waiver from No Child Left Behind requirements, is requiring districts to close their achievement gaps by 50 percent by 2017, based on their 2011 scores toward annual yearly progress.
Several schools, based on 2013 test scores, have been notified that they are on track to meet the 2017 goal.
Those schools have all met, or in most cases, exceeded their 2013 proficiency targets in both reading and math in all applicable subgroups.
Those schools include:
•Schoolcraft Learning Community.
•TrekNorth Junior & Senior High School.
•Blackduck Public School.
•Fosston Public Schools.