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State of Idaho

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.

English Language Arts


64.4%

English/Language Arts Growth

64.4%

Grades served

Grade 4

60.6%

Grade 5

66.3%

Grade 6

62.4%

Grade 7

66.7%

Grade 8

66.2%

Race/Ethnicity

Native American or Alaskan Native

48.4%

Black/African-American

49.8%

Asian

78.0%

White

67.4%

Hispanic or Latino

52.8%

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

65.3%

Multiracial

65.4%

Student Group

Students from Low Income Families

55.9%

Students Learning English

37.3%

Students with Disabilities

31.9%

Students in Foster Care

42.9%

Students who are Homeless

49.8%

Students from Military Families

67.2%

Students from Migrant Families

46.4%

Mathematics


53.8%

Mathematics Growth

53.8%

Grades served

Grade 4

56.6%

Grade 5

54.5%

Grade 6

55.4%

Grade 7

53.6%

Grade 8

48.7%

Race/Ethnicity

Native American or Alaskan Native

37.1%

Black/African-American

35.2%

Asian

68.0%

White

58.0%

Hispanic or Latino

38.0%

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

48.8%

Multiracial

53.7%

Student Group

Students from Low Income Families

44.0%

Students Learning English

26.6%

Students with Disabilities

23.5%

Students in Foster Care

31.5%

Students who are Homeless

35.8%

Students from Military Families

54.0%

Students from Migrant Families

31.8%

How did students in this school do in the past?

English/Language Arts Growth

Mathematics Growth