Adequate Yearly Progress report misleading according to educators

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Updated: 8/10/2012 7:24 am
School district administrators statewide and in our region crying foul in light of the Texas Education Agency's release of the Adequate Yearly Progress report.

The AYP is a component of the No Child Left Behind requirements. Administrators are saying that having three quarters of all public school campuses in Texas missing the AYP is troubling, and unfairly misleading.

To put this into context, Jeff Klotzman spoke with the Lubbock-Cooper ISD Superintendent and Director of Curriculum. To see that discussion, click on the video window to the right.

To see the complete AYP report, click here.
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