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.

Academic Achievement

This indicator shows the percentage of points earned by students meeting or exceeding their state-level target based on their performance on state tests.

This indicator shows the average value earned by students meeting or exceeding their state-level target 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.

Academic Achievement

 
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Select a student group to see its population and indicator score.

Select a student group to see its population and performance rate.


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NAEP is administered to a sample of students in grades 4 and 8 who represent the student population of the nation, states, and select urban districts.

**NAEP Sample sizes are rounded to the nearest hundred.



**Number of students shown is based on full academic year enrollment



**Number of students shown is based on student enrollment at the end of the year


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