Student Academic Progress
Are students in this school improving enough on state assessments to be proficient in three years?
Academic growth recognizes the improvement a student achieves from year to year, toward mastery of grade level content standards. In measuring progress, a student does not need to be currently proficient. Instead, he or she only has to be showing sufficient improvement to meet those standards in the future. Idaho considers a student to be making adequate progress on the statewide assessments in ELA/Literacy and Mathematics if he or she demonstrated enough growth to be “on track” for proficiency in three years.
Native American or Alaskan Native
Hispanic or Latino
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
Students from Low Income Families
Students Learning English
Students with Disabilities
Students in Foster Care
Students who are Homeless
Students from Military Families
Students from Migrant Families
How do students in this school compare?