State Report Card

Under the NCLB Act, states and school districts (LEAs) are required 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.

Assessment Information

To access state and school assessment results use the Agency of Education Interactive Reports.

  • 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

Accountability Information

The following information can be found on the School Reports - Accountability page.

  • Comparison between the actual achievement for each group and the state's annual objectives for Adequate Yearly Progress (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

Most Recent School Status

The following information can be found on the School Reports - Accountability page.


Email Glenn Bailey, Data & Accountability Coordinator, or call (802) 479-1305.

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Secretary Daniel M. French
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Montpelier, VT 05620-2501

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