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Strategy #7: Improve literacy and math support in all content areas so that students can master the basic skills needed
for post-secondary education and careers.
Goal: All KMHS students demonstrate reading, writing, and math skills at or above grade level and make at least a year's
growth in a year's time.
Baseline: On the Spring 2012 administration of the NWEA, 82.5% of students in reading, 71.1% of students in language usage,
and 71.7% of students in math met the NWEA intervention benchmark (correlates to the end of 8th grade). Additionally, the
following students tested "at grade level" (see Goal #3):
Also on the Spring 2012 administration of the NWEA, 60% of students in reading, 54% in language usage, and 63% in math
met their annual growth goal. On the May 2012 MHSA administration of the SAT test, 42% of DISHS 11th grade students were
proficient in reading and math and 45% in writing. Students were observed writing in 4.6% of iWalkthrough observations.
2012-13 Benchmark: At the end of the 2012-13 school year, the following percentages of DISHS students will score at or
above grade level (see Goal #3):
and 65% of DISHS students in reading, 60% in language usage, and 70% in math will have met their growth target on the
Spring 2013 NWEA test.
2012-13 Progress Summary:
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