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A State must collect and publicly report data and other information on the progress of certain groups of schools in the State on State assessments in reading/language arts and mathematics; on the extent to which reforms to improve student academic achievement are implemented in the persistently lowest-achieving schools in the State; and on the extent to which charter schools are operating in the State.


TOPIC SFSF INDICATOR OR DESCRIPTOR RESPONSE /STATUS
Title I Schools That Made Progress In Reading / Language Arts Indicator (d)(1). Provide, for the State, the average statewide school gain in the “all students” category and the average statewide school gain for each student subgroup (as under section 1111(b)(2)(C)(v) of the ESEA) on the State assessments in reading/language arts and for the State and for each LEA in the State, the number and percentage (including numerator and denominator) of Title I schools in improvement, corrective action, or restructuring that have made progress (as defined in this notice) on State assessments in reading/language arts in the last year. Average Statewide School Gain and Progress on Assessments for Schools in Improvement.

(pdf, 176kb)
LAST UPDATED: AUGUST 2, 2012

Title I Schools That Made Progress In Mathematics Indicator (d)(2). Provide, for the State, the average statewide school gain in the “all students” category and the average statewide school gain for each student subgroup (as under section 1111(b)(2)(C)(v) of the ESEA) on State assessments in mathematics and for the State and for each LEA in the State, the number and percentage (including numerator and denominator) of Title I schools in improvement, corrective action, or restructuring that have made progress on State assessments in mathematics in the last year. Average Statewide School Gain and Progress on Assessments for Schools in Improvement.

(pdf, 176kb)
LAST UPDATED: AUGUST 2, 2012

Persistently Lowest Achieving Schools Descriptor (d)(1). Provide the definition of “persistently lowest-achieving schools” (consistent with the requirements for defining this term set forth in this notice) that the State uses to identify such schools. Definition of Persistently Lowest Achieving Schools.

(pdf, 134kb)
LAST UPDATED: JULY 12, 2011

Persistently Lowest Achieving Title I Schools Indicator (d)(3). Provide, for the State, the number and identity of the schools that are Title I schools in improvement, corrective action, or restructuring, that are identified as persistently lowest-achieving schools. NC has identified 8 Title 1 schools who are persistently lowest achieving.

NC's Persistently Lowest Achieving Schools Title 1 Schools

(pdf, 82kb)
LAST UPDATED: JULY 3, 2012

Persistently Lowest Achievement Schools that Have Been Turned Around Indicator (d)(4). Provide, for the State, of the persistently lowest-achieving schools that are Title I schools in improvement, corrective action, or restructuring, the number and identity of those schools that have been turned around, restarted, closed, or transformed (as defined in this notice) in the last year. Two of the persistently lowest achieving Title 1 schools are in "turnaround".

NC's Persistently Lowest Achieving Title 1 Schools In Turnaround.

(pdf, 79kb)
LAST UPDATED: JULY 2, 2012

Persistently Lowest Achieving Non-Title I Schools Indicator (d)(5). Provide, for the State, the number and identity of the schools that are secondary schools that are eligible for, but do not receive, Title I funds, that are identified as persistently lowest-achieving schools. Thirty-three persistently lowest-achieving secondary schools in NC are eligible for, but do not receive, Title I funds.

Secondary Schools Eligible for, But Not Receiving Title I Funds.

(pdf, 78kb)
LAST UPDATED: JULY 3, 2012

Non-Title I Turned Around Schools Indicator (d)(6). Provide, for the State, of the persistently lowest-achieving schools that are secondary schools that are eligible for, but do not receive, Title I funds, the number and identity of those schools that have been turned around, restarted, closed, or transformed in the last year. Four of the persistently lowest achieving secondary schools who are eligible but do not receive Title I funds are in “transformation”

Persistently Lowest Achieving Secondary Schools, Eligible but Not Receiving Title I Funds That are in Transformation

(pdf, 60kb)
LAST UPDATED: JULY 2, 2012

 
 
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