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  • 2004-05 AYP calculation outline for elementary/middle/high schools, districts, and South Carolina as of September 8, 2005 

    South Carolina State Department of Education, Office of Research (South Carolina State Library, 2005-09-08)
    This is an overview of the Adequate Yearly Progress made by South Carolina schools in accordance with the No Child Left Behind Act.
  • 2005-06 Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) calculation outline for elementary/middle/high schools, districts, and South Carolina as of August 24, 2006 

    South Carolina State Department of Education, Office of Research (South Carolina State Library, 2006-08-24)
    This is an overview of the Adequate Yearly Progress made by South Carolina schools in accordance with the No Child Left Behind Act.
  • District AYP 2006 PACT and HSAP 

    South Carolina State Department of Education (South Carolina State Library, 2006)
    This is a report of the Adequate Yearly Progress made by South Carolina school districts in 2006 in accordance with the No Child Left Behind Act. It is broken down by district, number of objectives, number met, number not ...
  • High School AYP 2006 

    South Carolina State Department of Education (South Carolina State Library, 2006)
    This is a report of the Adequate Yearly Progress made by South Carolina high schools in 2006 in accordance with the No Child Left Behind Act. It is broken down by high school, number of objectives, number met, number not ...
  • HSAP : South Carolina High School Assessment Program 

    South Carolina State Department of Education (South Carolina State Library, 2010-08-04)
    The South Carolina High School Assessment Program (HSAP) consists of two tests—one in English language arts and one in mathematics—that are administered to public high school students in South Carolina under the requirements ...
  • Summary and list of Palmetto Priority Schools 2011–12 

    South Carolina State Department of Education (South Carolina State Library, 2011)
    Priority Schools are defined as schools performing at or below the 10th percentile among all schools in the state. This is a list of those schools along with the year that each school was identified.