School Progress on the AMO Targets

The table below will look familiar as the former AYP Status graph which identified whether all students and the 10 subgroups met or did not meet the AMOs. However, with the new accountability program approved under Maryland’s Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Waiver Application, AYP status will no longer be used or reported for accountability. Student achievement on reading and mathematics, and other academic indicators of attendance rate and graduation rate are measured under School Progress. The AMOs have been changed to reflect school specific new baseline data (in 2011) and a new target year (2017). More information is available about the new AMOs here. The data in this graph of the progress of each school toward meeting their own unique targets provides valuable information on the effectiveness of instructional strategies.

2014 School Progress on AMO Targets
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All Students Not Met Met Not Met Met Met Met
American Indian or Alaska Native Met Met Met Met na
Asian Not Met Met Not Met Met Met
Black or African American Not Met Met Not Met Met Met
Hispanic/Latino of any race Not Met Met Not Met Met Met
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander Met na Not Met na na
White Not Met Met Not Met Met Met
Two or more races Not Met Met Not Met Met Not Met
Free/Reduced Meals Not Met Met Not Met Met Met
Special Education Not Met Met Not Met Met Met
Limited English Proficient Not Met Met Not Met Met na
'na' indicates too few students for School Progress rules.

School Progress Data Last Updated 11/20/2014