RSU5 NCLB District Report Card: 2015-2016
The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) requires all school districts that receive Title I, Part A funds to annually prepare and distribute NCLB-ESEA Report Cards. The report cards are intended to help parents and community members understand where schools and districts are succeeding and where there is still work to do. The report cards must include data about assessments, teacher quality and accountability, and provide a summary of data highlights and challenges.
Our summary is mailed to each household in the RSU 5 towns. The information in this report is discussed at our annual "Community Education Conversation," as called for in the district's Strategic Plan.
The 2015-2016 NCLB-ESEA Report Cards are now posted and available for RSU5 through the Maine Department of Education's Data Warehouse, which can be accessed directly by clicking on the link below. The district report provides Assessment Data, Accountability Data, Maine Teacher Quality Data, and MEA/NAEP Comparison Data for the 2014-15 school year.
2015-2016 NCLB-ESEA Report Cards
Please note: The data is disaggregated to show results for the following groups and subgroups: All Students (within the reporting area), Major Racial & Ethnic Groups, Students with Disabilities, Limited English Proficient, Economically Disadvantaged. For more specific assessment information by school, please see the documents listed below.
Should you have questions about any of the data or information, please contact Cynthia Alexander, at 865-0928 or firstname.lastname@example.org.