Why is the Academic Achievement indicator important?
The Academic Achievement indicator shows the improvement of each priority student group in the same grade from one year to the next. This indicator provides a more complete look at student performance by using two measures – achievable, challenging targets and proficiency. Looking at academic performance in this way can help reveal previously hidden gaps in student achievement. More information about this indicator can be found at sde.ok.gov/oklahoma-report-card-resources.
This indicator shows the percentage of points earned by students meeting or exceeding their state-level targets based on their performance on state tests.
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View the bottom graph to see how the state performance compares to other Oklahoma schools.
View the bottom graph to see how the district performance compares to other Oklahoma schools.
View the bottom graph to see how this school’s performance compares to other Oklahoma schools.
Select a student group to see its population and indicator score.
Student Performance by Target
View below to see the percentage of students from each priority group who met, exceeded or scored below their academic target. This measure of performance accounts for 14/15ths of the indicator score.
|Met Target Advanced||Met Target Proficient||Met Target||Below Target|
|Met Target Advanced||%|
|Met Target Proficient||%|
- API: Asian/Pacific Islander
- Econ Dis: Economically Disadvantaged
- EL: English Learner
- SWD: Students with Disabilities
- Two or More: Two or More Races
Student Performance by Level
View below to see the percentage of students from each priority group who were proficient. This measure accounts for 1/15th of the indicator score.
- Students - 2018