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Percent of Title I School Districts Making AYP: 2005-06 1

The percentage of Title I school districts in the state making adequate yearly progress (AYP) by meeting all their performance goals. [More about...]

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47 (90.4%) states are within the specified range

State Sort states in alphabetical ascending orderSort states in alphabetical descending order Percent of Title I School Districts Making AYP: 2005-06 2 Sort states by data element value in ascending orderSort states by data element value in descending order In the Range
2.6% - 100.0%
National  68.7%  
Alabama  100%
Alaska  43.1%
Arizona  54.0%
Arkansas  92.0%
California  62.7%
Colorado  60.0%
Connecticut  78.7%
Delaware  89.4%
District of Columbia  5.8%
Florida  -  
Georgia  35.0%
Hawaii  -  
Idaho  48.0%
Illinois  75.8%
Indiana  72.0%
Iowa  95.9%
Kansas  88.3%
Kentucky  43.9%
Louisiana  100%
Maine  -  
Maryland  87.5%
Massachusetts  34.0%
Michigan  100%
Minnesota  57.0%
Mississippi  52.0%
Missouri  62.0%
Montana  79.6%
Nebraska  70.8%
Nevada  88.0%
New Hampshire  64.0%
New Jersey  83.1%
New Mexico  22.7%
New York  55.0%
North Carolina  2.6%
North Dakota  88.3%
Ohio  31.0%
Oklahoma  81.3%
Oregon  33.0%
Pennsylvania  94.9%
Puerto Rico  -  
Rhode Island  57.6%
South Carolina  -  
South Dakota  94.3%
Tennessee  92.8%
Texas  86.6%
Utah  72.3%
Vermont  70.0%
Virginia  62.9%
Washington  74.0%
West Virginia  9.1%
Wisconsin  99.7%
Wyoming  89.6%

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1 Description: The percentage of Title I school districts in the state making adequate yearly progress (AYP) by meeting all their performance goals.; Academic Year: 2005-06; Grade: N/A; Note: The state-reported percentage of Title I school districts in the state making adequate yearly progress (AYP) by meeting all their performance goals. Title I funds are distributed to local education agencies (LEA) and schools in areas that have high concentrations of poverty. Definitions of AYP definitions vary by state, but include the following three components: the percentage of students that were proficient or above when tested in reading and mathematics; whether or not at least 95 percent of students in tested grades participated in the assessments; and one additional academic indicator (usually graduation rates for high schools). Information about each state's definitions can be found at: http://www2.ed.gov/admins/lead/account/stateplans03/index.html; Source: EDFacts/Consolidated State Performance Report, 2005-06: http://www2.ed.gov/admins/lead/account/consolidated/index.html; Data Uploaded On: 09/29/2010