― There were fewer than 40 12th graders, so the Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores data are suppressed OR there were fewer than 30 students in the 2012 accountability cohort, so PI, EAMO, and Safe Harbor Target data are suppressed.
* The percentage of 12th graders tested in the current year fell below 95 percent, so the numbers of 12th graders in the current year and previous year were combined to provide the school/district with another opportunity to meet the participation rate criterion.
✝ Includes former students with disabilities because the number of students with disabilities in the current year is equal to or greater than 30.
― There were fewer than 40 12th graders, so the Percent of 12th Graders with Valid Test Scores data are suppressed OR there were fewer than 30 students in the 2012 accountability cohort, so PI, EAMO, and Safe Harbor Target data are suppressed.
✝ Includes former students with disabilities because the number of students with disabilities in the current year is equal to or greater than 30.
― There were not enough students to make an AYP determination.
YES Graduation rate is equal to or greater than the State Standard or the group's Progress Target.
NO Graduation rate is less than the State Standard and the group's Progress Target.
― There were fewer than 30 students in the cohort.
✝ Includes former students with disabilities because the number of students with disabilities in the current year is equal to or greater than 30.
YES Graduation rate is equal to or greater than the State Standard or the group's Progress Target.
NO Graduation rate is less than the State Standard and the group's Progress Target.
― There were fewer than 30 students in the cohort.
✝ Includes former students with disabilities because the number of students with disabilities in the current year is equal to or greater than 30.
― There were fewer than 30 students in the cohort.
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