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Graduation Rate and Retention Rate Ayp Starting Points, Intermediate Goals, Annual Measurable Objectives

By State Department of Education

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Book Id: WPLBN0000670889
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Reproduction Date: 2007

Title: Graduation Rate and Retention Rate Ayp Starting Points, Intermediate Goals, Annual Measurable Objectives  
Author: State Department of Education
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Education, Hawaii. Education, Dept. of
Collections: Hawaii State Government Document Collection
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Publisher: State Department of Education

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Of Education, S. D. (n.d.). Graduation Rate and Retention Rate Ayp Starting Points, Intermediate Goals, Annual Measurable Objectives. Retrieved from http://netlibrary.net/


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Hawaii State Government Document:

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Excerpt: Graduation Rate A. For the LEA/SEA ? The percentage of first-time ninth grade students who graduate with a diploma within four years, excluding students who have transferred out of the Hawaii public school system. B. For schools ? The percentage of first-time ninth grade students who graduate with a diploma within four years, excluding students who have transferred out of the school. The denominator of the graduation rate is the number of first-time ninth grade students from the State's beginning-of-the-school-year o fficial enrollment count, excluding students transferring out.* The numerator of the graduation rate is the number of students receiving a diploma** within four school years. *The term transfer excludes dropouts as defined in the calculation of dropout rates under the Common Core of Data survey conducted by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). **The term diploma is defined as completion of the State of Hawaii approved educational program and receipt of a BOE or DOE diploma in recognition. Special education students who are not working toward a diploma may receive a certificate if they complete the program specified in their IEP. Students who receive these IEP completion certificates are not counted as graduates.

 

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