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Academic Growth

Academic growth measures whether students are learning less than, about the same as, or more than other students who are academically similar to them.

Growth in reading

72nd
percentile

What does this mean?

This measure shows whether students are learning less than, about the same as, or more than other students who are academically similar to them in reading.

How was this calculated?

Comparing a student’s growth to similar performing students generates a student growth percentage or SGP. The school’s growth percentile is the median SGP of all students enrolled at the school.

Compared to:

 

Growth in math

71st
percentile

What does this mean?

This measure shows whether students are learning less than, about the same as, or more than other students who are academically similar to them in math.

How was this calculated?

Comparing a student’s growth to similar performing students generates a student growth percentage or SGP. The school’s growth percentile is the median SGP of all students enrolled at the school.

Compared to:

 

School Designations

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Reading

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Math

What does this mean?

Schools that score in the top 10% for any accountability measure receive the Designation of Excellence for that measure.

How was this calculated?

Schools that score in the top 10%, in comparison with other schools in New Mexico, for any accountability measure receive the Designation of Excellence for that measure.

Overall student improvement

This container shows the breakdown for both reading and math subjects, for each of the three groups of growth levels.

  • Below 25: Less than a year of improvement

  • 25-74: Expected improvement

  • 75 and up: More than a year of improvement

Students are measured on their progress year-over-year. The values have been grouped into the three categories of less than a year, expected, and more than a year.