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Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) for College- and Career-Readiness Indicator

The College- and Career-Readiness targets are calculated for the 5-Year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate and College and Career Preparation (CCP). The 5-Year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate targets are on a trajectory toward 2020, the time by which each individual school is expected to reduce its rate of non-graduating students by half. The CCP targets are on a trajectory toward 2017, the time by which each individual school is expected to reduce its percent of students that are not completing the CCP goals by half. CCP is a measurement of a student's success in one of the following areas: Advance Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate (IB), Career and Technology Education (CTE) Concentrators, and College Enrollment within 16 months of high school graduation. When a school's baseline target is extraordinarily high (90 percent or higher for the 5-Year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate and 95 percent or higher for CCP), then the LEA level target or State level target (lowest of the two) will be used. The goal for the 5-Year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate is 95 percent; the goal for CCP is 100 percent.

5-Year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate:
All Students Base Yr + (((.95 - ((.95 - All Students Base Yr) / 2)) - All Students Base Yr) / 9)

CCP:
All Students Base Yr + (((1 - ((1 - All Students Base Yr) / 2)) - All Students Base Yr) / 6)