2009 Accountability Information

 

Accountability Results: Based on 2008-2009 School Year

Summary of Statewide Accountability Results

Graduation Data for 2007 and 2008 seniors

 

General Information and Guidance

2009 Statewide Accountability Timeline: (IMPORTANT -- READ THIS!!)

School Reconfiguration Policy (Effect on Accountability)

Special Education Student Assessment Data Reassignment Policy

Understanding The Mississippi Statewide Accountability System

 

State Achievement and Growth Models

Growth Model Development Report No. 2

QDI Calculation Spreadsheet

District and School-Level Results

 

NCLB Title I Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Model

Explanation of the Split Grade Spans Model for Tracking Title I Improvement Status

Changes in 2008 High School Participation Rate Calculations

U.S. Department of Education Accountability Workbook: Mississippi: This 59-page document presents the state's plan for meeting the accountability requirements in NCLB 2001 and in the USDE final regulations for Title I. The initial plan was approved by the Mississippi State Board of Education in January, 2003, and approved by the USDE in March, 2003. There were subsequent revisions on October 10, 2003; March 25, 2004; May 28, 2004; May 9, 2005; June 22, 2005; June 27, 2006; and February 14, 2007; and September 4, 2008.

 

NCLB Title III Accountability Model

Title III Accountability Plan (Revised November 30, 2006)

Mississippi AMAO Development Chronology: This document shows the development of Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives (AMAOs) for ELL/LEP students (see also the document linked below).

Revision to Consolidated State Application -- September 2003 submission: The U.S. Department of Education required each state to submit a consolidated application for programs funded under NCLB. The application components were submitted in stages. The September, 2003, submission required each state to determine baseline and target values for ELL/LEP students making progress toward and attaining proficiency in English. The AMAOs in this revised document were based on the English language assessment adopted for use in Mississippi.