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AYP provides moving target

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By John Barnhart

The fact that two elementary schools failed to meet Adequate Yearly Progress standards (AYP) under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) became a subject for discussion at last week's county school board meeting. District 2 School Board Member Talbot Huff asked that it be added to the agenda as an information item.

Dr. Bobbie Johnson, assistant superintendent of schools, had some good news and some bad news for the school board.

"We did not make AYP as a school division," she said, relating the bad news.


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