Sanford Education Center

2014-15 Academic Goals

1) Focus on Student Achievement - Improving Math and Reading Proficiency
        a) In the spring of 2015, the student proficiency level in math, as measured by the NWEA scores will have increased from the fall baseline data by 8.5% or more.
        b)  In the spring of 2015, the student proficiency level in reading, as measured by the NWEA scores will have increased from the fall baseline data by 8.5% or more.

2) Focus on Student Achievement - Reduction of the poverty based student achievement gap in math and reading.
        a) In the spring of 2015, the achievement gap in math between the FRP (free and reduced price meal students) and non-FRP, as       measured by the NWEA scores will have decreased from the fall baseline data by a minimum of 8.5%.
        b) In the spring of 2015, the achievement gap in reading between the FRP (free and reduced price meal students) and non-FRP, as measured by the NWEA scores will have decreased from the fall baseline data by a minimum of 8.5%.