State Report Card

Under the NCLB Act, States and school districts (LEAs) are required, not later than the beginning of the 2002-2003 school year, to prepare and disseminate annual report cards. Requirements for the data elements to be reported are set forth under section 111(h) of the law. Although schools are not required to prepare and disseminate their own reports, information about whether a school has been identified for improvement and how a school's students are achieving must be included in the state and school district reports.

   
SCHOOL & DISTRICT REPORTS
 

Assessment Information

Items to be Reported

 

State
Report Card 1111h(1)C

LEA
Report Card
1111h(2)

School
Report Card
1111h(2)B


 

For each grade and subject tested: (1) percentage of student assessed and (2) information on students at each state defined proficiency level, in the aggregate and disaggregate by:

  • Gender
  • Major racial and ethnic group
  • English proficiency status
  • Migrant status
  • Student with disabilities
    • Compared to non-disabled students
  • Economically disadvantaged
    • Compared to non-economically disadvantaged

Most recent 2 year trend in each subject and grade level in student achievement 

View the Report

2013 State Level Results

 

Accountability Information

Items to be Reported

 

State
Report Card 1111h(1)C

LEA
Report Card
1111h(2)

School
Report Card
1111h(2)B


 

Comparison between the actual achievement for each group and the state's annual objectives for AYP:

  • All students
  • Economically disadvantaged
  • Major racial and ethnic groups
  • Students with disabilities
  • Limited English proficiency students

Aggregate and disaggregate information on other academic indicators that the state has selected for AYP, including graduation rate for secondary and an academic indicator for elementary, middle schools

Aggregate information on any additional indicators the state may use to determine AYP

Whether school has been identified for improvement

Reason(s) school was identified for improvement

 

 

Performance of LEAs regarding achieving AYP

  • Number of schools identified for improvement
  • Names of schools in improvement
  • Percentage of schools identified for improvement
  • How long the schools have been identified or improvement
 
       

Teacher Quality Information

Items to be Reported

 

State
Report Card 1111h(1)C

LEA
Report Card
1111h(2)

School
Report Card
1111h(2)B


 

Percentage of core academic classes NOT taught by highly qualified teachers

 

Percentage of core academic classes in the state NOT taught by highly qualified teachers (aggregate and in the highest and lowest quartile schools based on poverty)

 

Percentage of public elementary and secondary school teachers in the state with emergency certification

 

Professional qualifications of teachers as defined by the state

Questions?

Tom Alderman at tom.alderman@state.vt.us or (802) 479-1265

Page Last Updated on December 4, 2014