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Annual Measurable Objective for Grade 10 Reading: 2013-14 1

The percentage of students who must score proficient or above on each state's reading/language arts and mathematics assessments in order for a school or district in that state to make adequate yearly progress (AYP). [More about...]

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Right range handle is at 500%

25 (48.1%) states are within the specified range

State Sort states in alphabetical ascending orderSort states in alphabetical descending order Annual Measurable Objective for Grade 10 Reading: 2013-14 2 Sort states by data element value in ascending orderSort states by data element value in descending order In the Range
100% - 500%
National   
Alabama  -  
Alaska  100%
Arizona  100%
Arkansas  -  
California  -  
Colorado  100%
Connecticut  100%
Delaware  100%
District of Columbia  -  
Florida  100%
Georgia  -  
Hawaii  100%
Idaho  100%
Illinois  -  
Indiana  100%
Iowa  -  
Kansas  -  
Kentucky  100%
Louisiana  100%
Maine  -  
Maryland  -  
Massachusetts  100%
Michigan  -  
Minnesota  100%
Mississippi  -  
Missouri  -  
Montana  100%
Nebraska  -  
Nevada  -  
New Hampshire  100%
New Jersey  -  
New Mexico  -  
New York  -  
North Carolina  -  
North Dakota  -  
Ohio  100%
Oklahoma  -  
Oregon  100%
Pennsylvania  100%
Puerto Rico  -  
Rhode Island  100%
South Carolina  -  
South Dakota  -  
Tennessee  -  
Texas  100%
Utah  100%
Vermont  500
Virginia  -  
Washington  100%
West Virginia  100%
Wisconsin  100%
Wyoming  -  

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< this symbol means state data value was less than the lower bound number.
> this symbol means state data value was greater than the upper bound number.
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- this symbol means data value was not available.
n< this symbol means that the data have been suppressed.
# this symbol means data value rounds to zero.
this symbol means reporting standards not met.
 
   
   
 
 
   
1 Description: Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) are the performance goals that determine whether a school makes adequate yearly progress (AYP). In order for a school to make AYP, the total school population and any student group that meets the state's minimum group size for proficiency must have a percentage of students proficient or above that meets or exceeds the AMO. States established AMOs using the method required in statute; states must increase their AMOs each year and reach 100 percent by 2013-2014. States may set separate AMOs for each subject and each grade. Some states have AMOs for each grade, some for each grade span, some for grades 3-8 and another set for high school, and some for all grades. Additionally, some may set an AMO for a specific grade or grades in high school, and some might just set them for high school generally without specifying a grade. Several states, including New York, Oklahoma, and Vermont, base their AMOs on a performance index; thus, these AMOs reflect index score points rather than the percentage of students who are proficient or above. AMOs cannot be compared across states, content areas, or, necessarily, across grades. Details about each state's AMOs can be found in their Accountability Workbooks. A dash (-) indicates that the data are not available. A “†” symbol means not applicable. ; Academic Year: 2007-08 through 2013-14; Grade: 3–8, high school; Source: State Accountability Workbooks: http://www2.ed.gov/admins/lead/account/stateplans03/index.html; Data Uploaded On: 09/21/2011