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We hold that academic proficiency incorporates both intelligence and work ethic dimensions for an individual as manifested over time.
So far, the 3-year-old, $75,000 "Odyssey Professorship" grant awarded to Jennings--given by Hendrix in 2009--has shown a spike from 21 percent to 58 percent on Above the Line's pre- and post-tests of academic proficiency among the students who were tracked.
Public schools receiving federal funding must hit annual targets to bring students up to 100 percent academic proficiency in math and reading by the end of the 2013-14 school year.
He is to be provided with the individual, one-on-one instruction and tutoring required to bring him to the academic proficiency he would have maintained had he not been suspended and his record is to be expunged of any or all references to the incident.
Too many students, particularly black and Latino students and those with limited English proficiency and special needs, are not reaching higher levels of academic proficiency, are falling behind, and are dropping out.
GAO-08-1125T September 9, 2008 The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLBA) requires states and the Department of the Interior's Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) to define and determine whether schools are making adequate yearly progress (AYP) toward the goal of 100 percent academic proficiency.
For students learning English, recent studies have shown that an extended period of instruction in their home language is a powerful means of developing academic proficiency and English over time.
The latest story, leading with a "recipe for student success," spotlights a Providence, Rhode Island, school that has produced double-digit growth in academic proficiency.