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Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) and No Child Left Behind. What Could AYP Mean for Your Child, School, and Community?
  • Karin Bartoszuk, East Tennessee State University
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.
  • AYP,
  • progress,
  • adequate yearly progress,
  • public education
Publication Date
June 1, 2004
NDSU Extension Publication FS-599.

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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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