Why is the Academic Growth indicator important?
The Academic Growth indicator recognizes schools working hard to meet students where they are and help them get – or stay – on track. This indicator captures the growth of students at all levels of performance and provides a nuanced view of student performance over time. More information about this indicator can be found at sde.ok.gov/oklahoma-report-card-resources.
This indicator shows the average amount of progress students made on English and math assessments over consecutive years.
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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.
Academic Growth Rate
To determine growth, performance levels were divided into high and low bands (Basic Low [BL] and Basic High [BH], for example). To visualize how students progressed, scroll over the boxes with an =, + or – sign.
- AH = Advanced (High)
- AL = Advanced (Low)
- PH = Proficient (High)
- PL = Proficient (Low)
- BH = Basic (High)
- BL = Basic (Low)
- BBH = Below Basic (High)
- BBL = Below Basic (Low)
of students scored and scored the same (=) this year.
of students went from this year.