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2004 Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)


Access information related to the Final 2004 AYP Status for Texas school districts and campuses and the AYP system from this page. Brief descriptions of each of the links for this website follow.

The Summary of 2004 AYP Results provides key highlights of the 2004 AYP results and a summary of the 2004 AYP appeals decisions. (PDF download)

District Data Tables and Campus Data Tables provide access to the two-page 2004 AYP district and campus reports. (The reports are PDFs. If you have any difficulties with accessing the PDF reports, please refer to our Technical Help Page.)

State Data Table is a state-level 2004 AYP Data Table. (PDF download)

District & Campus Listings is a list of Final 2004 AYP Status and 2004-05 Title I AYP Requirements for all districts and campuses. (PDF download. This 193-page document may take a few seconds longer to open.)

State Summary Tables provide three tables of Final 2004 AYP Status results in a single PDF document: State Summary Tables for District Results, Campus Results (Regular and Charter), and Charter Results; Campus Results by Status Category; and Campus Results by Campus Type. (PDF download)

Data Download provides 2004 Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) data available for download as comma delimited, tab delimited, or fixed column formats in ASCII. This feature allows users to select specific AYP data elements.

The state accountability ratings shown on the AYP district and campus data tables and listings were updated on May 16, 2005, and are now final.

AYP Appeals Decision Guidelines is a general overview of how TEA conducted AYP appeals in 2004.

AYP Guide is a resource that describes how the 2004 AYP Status was determined for Texas districts and campuses. (PDF download)

 
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