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Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) and No Child Left Behind. What Could AYP Mean for Your Child, School, and Community?
(2004)
  • Karin Bartoszuk, East Tennessee State University
Abstract
The purpose of this guide is to help parents and community members understand the important changes that have taken place in public education. Part I provides a description of “Adequate Yearly Progress” (AYP). Part II is an explanation of the consequences if a school doesn’t achieve AYP. Part III offers some tips for parents. Part IV is a question and answer section covering school choice and supplementary services.
Keywords
  • AYP,
  • progress,
  • adequate yearly progress,
  • public education
Publication Date
June 1, 2004
Comments
NDSU Extension Publication FS-599.

This work is published with permission by North Dakota State University and was obtained from the following URL: https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/pubs/yf/famsci/fs599.pdf 
Citation Information
Wageman, J., & Bartoszuk, K. (2004). Adequate yearly progress (AYP) and no child left behind. What could AYP mean for your child, school, and community? NDSU Extension Publication FS-599.
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