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The findings of these Solutions Teams are subject to ongoing analysis by ADE’s Best Practices Section, which then offers teachers research-based academies that address the most frequently cited challenges; and  

The IDEAL (Integrated Data to Enhance Arizona’s Learning) web portal delivers high quality, research-based professional development to all teachers, even in the state’s most isolated rural areas.

NCLB and Arizona LEARNS side-by-side comparison

NCLB

AZ LEARNS

Federal Law:

January 2002 reauthorization of ESEA

State Law:

November 2000 Voter initiative Proposition 301/A.R.S. §15-241

Annual snapshot of student performance, known as Adequate Yearly Progress, or AYP

Annual, longitudinal examination of student performance, known as an Achievement Profile

Components of Adequate Yearly Progress:

AIMS Scores

Percent of Students Assessed

Attendance/Graduation Rates

Components of Achievement Profile:

AIMS Scores

Measure of Academic Progress (MAP)         

Graduation/Dropout rates

Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)

Identifies schools using a yes/no system  with regard to Adequate Yearly Progress:

School made AYP

School did not make AYP

Identifies schools using a progressive scale:

Excelling

Highly Performing

Performing Plus

Performing

Underperforming

Failing to meet academic standards

All public schools receive an AYP determination, but consequences apply only to Title I schools

Consequences apply to all public schools

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