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2261.03 - Annual Report Requirements

In any year that the District receives Title I funding, its annual report to the State must also include the following information:

  A. The number and percentage of schools identified for school improvement and how long they have been in school improvement

 

  B. Achievement as measured by statewide academic assessments, comparing the District and the State as a whole

 

  C. Each school's achievement on Statewide academic assessments, comparing the District and State, and whether each school has been identified for school improvement

 

  D. Aggregated achievement data on State assessments in math, reading/language arts, science, and writing

 

  E. Disaggregated achievement data by subgroups (race/ethnicity, disability, socio-economic level, gender, migrant status, English Language Learners, except in cases where numbers are too small to be statistically robust or where individual student results are identifiable)

 

  F. Percentage of students not tested, disaggregated with the same conditions as in E

 

  G. Information that can be used to compare actual achievement levels with State objectives for each group

 

  H. Most recent two year trend data in achievement by subject area and grade level in areas where assessments are required

 

  I. Graduation rates for high school students

 

  J. Teacher qualifications/credentials, including percentage of teachers with emergency credentials and percentage of classes not taught by "highly qualified" teachers, both aggregated and disaggregated by high-poverty compared to low-poverty schools

 

This information must be disseminated annually not later than the beginning of the school year to all buildings and all parents, or it may be included with the student report cards at the end of the year, if all students receive report cards. The District must make the information widely, publicly available through such means as posting on the Internet and distribution to local media and public agencies.

When the Board, the administration, or staff communicate with students, parents, and the public, they will make use of formats and language which maximize the value of the communication to the intended audience(s).

20 U.S.C. 6311
F.S. 1001.42, 1008.25, 1008.33, 1008.34, 1008.341, 1008.345

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