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This category focuses primarily on Kentucky students reaching the goal of proficiency. Reports found here include Adequate Yearly Progress for No Child Left Behind and Interim Performance Reports with student performance data on the state-required Kentucky Core Content Test (KCCT). Also located here are special reports such as KCCT Reading and Mathematics Combined Proficient/Distinguished used for identification of federal tier status and results from the required norm-referenced test (Iowa Tests of Basic Skills) at grades 3-7.
Reports
Signed into law in January 2002, NCLB requires states to provide information on schools' and districts' progress toward proficiency by 2014. Each state uses its own standards and assessments to make the annual determinations.
Release Date: October 19, 2011
The Interim Performance Report (IPR) gives detailed information on the results provided by the Kentucky Core Content Test (KCCT) and other components of the Kentucky School Testing System. The data in these reports are constructed from information provided by many sources: students, schools, district offices, the Kentucky Department of Education and testing contractors.
Release Date: October 19, 2011
Report
This report displays the percentage of students scoring at the proficient and distinguished levels on KCCT Reading and Mathematics combined. This percentage is used as a performance measure in the identification of schools in federal tier status as part of HB 176 requirements for persistently low-achieving schools as enacted by the 2010 Kentucky General Assembly. Additional factors included in the identification process and in this report include low and high grade levels, Title I status, school recognition, Adequate Yearly Progress status for three years and federal tier status.
Release Date: October 19, 2011
Report
This report displays the percentage of students scoring at the proficient and distinguished levels on KCCT Reading, Mathematics and Combined Reading/Mathematics. Trend data from 2007 to 2011 is provided to demonstrate progress towards meeting the goal of proficiency.
Release Date: October 19, 2011