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DAKOTA AT A GLANCE

Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), Common Core of Data, 2004-05 School Year

S. DAKOTA STUDENTS
S.D. Total Students Low-Income Students Limited English Proficient Students with Disabilities 122,012 32.0% 4.2% 15.1% United States 49,676,964 40.9% 8.5% 13.6%

MAPPING S. DAKOTA’S EDUCATIONAL PROGRESS 2008

Source: National Center For Education Statistics (NCES), Common Core of Data, 2005-06 School Year

S. DAKOTA SCHOOLS
S.D. Number of Schools Schools Making Adequate Yearly Progress Schools in Need of Improvement Schools in Restructuring 725 556 (82.4%) 49 18 United States 98,905 64,546 (70%) 10,676 2,302

Every day, we learn what works so students can make greater progress. Six years after No Child Left Behind's passage – and midway to the nation's goal of having students on grade level or better in reading and math by 2014 – we have collected more data than ever before about the academic performance of our students and schools. This information enables all of us to chart where we are as individual states and as a nation and to map a course of action for future progress. The foundation of our success will depend on our continued commitment to the following core principles: High Standards Annual Assessments Accountability for Results Highly Qualified Teachers in Every Classroom (HQT) Information and Options for Parents All Children on Grade Level By 2014

Source: Consolidated State Performance Report, 2006-07 & NCES CCD, 2005-06

S. DAKOTA FACTS AND FIGURES
Total NCLB Funding (2007): $118,551,734; a 44% increase over 2001 levels Public AYP Release Date: August 2007 Testing System Status: Approved Approval Expected Approval Pending

S. DAKOTA TEACHERS

Source: Consolidated State Performance Reports, 2006-07

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S. DAKOTA’S RECORD OF ACHIEVEMENT
Reading Achievement for 2006-2007 S. Dakota 4th Graders
State Data– % Proficient All White Black Hispanic Low Income 88% 92% 75% 75% 80% NAEP Data– % Basic 71% 76% n.a. 54% 55% NAEP Data– % Proficient 34% 37% n.a. 15% 19%

PREPARING S. DAKOTA STUDENTS FOR SUCCESS
S. Dakota 8th Graders

State Data– % Proficient 78% 82% 63% 57% 65%

NAEP Data– % Basic 83% 86% n.a. n.a. 73%

NAEP Data– % Proficient 37% 39% n.a. n.a. 25%

The percentage of high school students who graduate as reported by the state.

The Averaged Freshman Graduation Rate (AFGR) is a reliable definition for comparing across the states the percentage of students who graduate on time.
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)

Math Achievement for 2006-2007 S. Dakota 4th Graders
State Data– % Proficient All White Black Hispanic Low Income 78% 83% 58% 59% 65% NAEP Data– % Basic 86% 91% 63% 69% 75% NAEP Data– % Proficient 41% 46% 15% 21% 25%

Source: Consolidated State Performance Report, 2006-07

S. Dakota 8th Graders
State Data– % Proficient 72% 77% 52% 51% 56% NAEP Data– % Basic 81% 85% n.a. 57% 69% NAEP Data– % Proficient 39% 43% n.a. 18% 24%

S.D. High School Students Taking Advanced Placement Exams
Source: College Board

Nation 666,067 (24.2%)

1,306 (15.8%)

OPTIONS FOR PARENTS
# of Eligible S.D. Students Tutoring Choice 7,720 13,119 % of Eligible S.D. Students Participating 239 (3.1%) 9 (0.1%) % of Eligible Students Participating Nationally 529,627 (14.5%) 119,988 (2.2%)

Source: S. Dakota Testing Data and 2007 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Data

ACHIEVEMENT TRENDS

Source: Consolidated State Performance Report, 2006-07

FLEXIBILITY OPTIONS FOR STATES– S. DAKOTA
Teacher Incentive Fund Limited English Proficient Partnership Flexibility for Students with Disabilities Tutoring Pilot Growth Model Districts in Need of Improvement Pilot
Source: National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)

South Dakota Department of Education Participating Not Participating Not Participating Not Participating Not Participating