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APS 2014 Community Update
The 2014 Community Update provides a snapshot of student academic progress for the 2012-13 school year. To access the data, visit the Colorado Department of Education’s website in the SchoolView Data Center at www.schoolview.org/performance.asp.
To view data for Aurora Public Schools:
- Visit the SchoolView Data Center.
- Select Adams-Arapahoe 28J on the left side column.
- Choose the school in the middle column.
- Choose the report to view in the third column.
For a printed copy of the data, please contact the APS Communication Department at 303-365-7805.
The information includes the following:
- TCAP results by grade level for each school and for the district. Results are disaggregated by race/ethnicity, English learners, economically disadvantaged students and students with disabilities.
- School and district TCAP performance for the last three years, compared to the Colorado as a whole.
- TCAP results (for students taking the alternate assessment), if applicable.
- National Assessment of Educational Progress results for Colorado students as a whole and disaggregated by race/ethnicity, English language learners, economically disadvantaged students and students with disabilities.
- Colorado was granted an NCLB Flexibility Waiver for 2012, which means that the School and District Performance Frameworks that underlie our state accountability system can be used in lieu of AYP for federal accountability.
- School and District Performance Frameworks are available in SchoolView at: www.schoolview.org/performance.asp toward the bottom of the page. Simply click on the district and any schools of interest. You will have the option to view performance frameworks based on one and three years of data from both the 2010-11 and 2011-12 school years.
- The names of schools in your district that are identified as Priority Improvement or Turnaround Schools under Colorado’s accountability system.
Teacher Quality Data
- The percent of classes taught by Highly Qualified Teachers, and disaggregated by high and low poverty schools.
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