More schools fall back in No Child Left Behind
CRYSTAL LAKE – More McHenry County schools are falling behind federal education standards as the state seeks a waiver from the No Child Left Behind law.
Of the 19 districts with schools in McHenry County, four made adequate yearly progress, or AYP, in 2011. That’s on par with last year. But a growing number of schools within the districts failed to meet federal benchmarks. Sixty-two of the county’s 99 schools failed to make AYP, up from 48 schools in 2010, according to data released today by the state Department of Education.
None of the county’s high school’s made AYP this year. Only eight high schools in Illinois did. Statewide, 65 percent of schools and 80 percent of districts came up short of AYP.
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