Adequate Yearly Progress

Definition of "Adequate Yearly Progress"
  1. A measure used by each state, under a specific act, to evaluate the yearly growth of their public schools and students towards meeting established academic goals and standards
How to use "Adequate Yearly Progress" in a sentence
  1. The local school district did not achieve Adequate Yearly Progress, prompting plans for improvement.
  2. Using Adequate Yearly Progress, the state could assess its public schools' success.
  3. She was proud that her school met its Adequate Yearly Progress goals for the third year in a row.

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