Measuring Progress in Anchorage School District

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    In order to meet its mission, Educating All Students for Success in Life,  ASD is committed to strategic initiatives and goals. Goals are SMART as they are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Timely. The following data dashboards use varying measures to evaluate progress.  

     

    Learn about our Goals and Guardrails

Increase Reading Proficiency

  • Beginning September 2020, the percentage of third grade students proficient in reading on the state summative test (currently PEAKS) will increase from 40% to 80% by May 2026.

     

    Learn more about Reading at ASD here

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  • State Proficiency Assessment

    The Performance Evaluation for Alaska’s Schools (PEAKS) and the Alaska Science Assessment are designed to measure a student’s understanding of the skills and concepts outlined in the Alaska English Language Arts and Mathematics Standards and the Alaska Science Grade Level Expectations.

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  • Student MAP Growth Results

    The Interim Benchmark Assessment is used up to three times per year to assess all students grade 3-9 to measure learning progression in standards and growth.

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Increase Math Proficiency

  • Beginning September 2020, the percentage of students in grades 3-9 proficient in mathematics on the state summative assessment (currently PEAKSwill increase from 40% to 55% by May 2026.

     

    Learn more about Math Proficiency at ASD here

  • FastBridge

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  • State Proficiency Assessment

    The Performance Evaluation for Alaska’s Schools (PEAKS) and the Alaska Science Assessment are designed to measure a student’s understanding of the skills and concepts outlined in the Alaska English Language Arts and Mathematics Standards and the Alaska Science Grade Level Expectations.

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  • Student MAP Growth Results

    The Interim Benchmark Assessment is used up to three times per year to assess all students grade 3-9 to measure learning progression in standards and growth.

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College, Career, Life Ready

  • Beginning with the Freshman Class in September 2020, the percentage of high school students graduating Life Ready as well as  College and/or Career Ready will increase from a baseline of TBA% in Spring 2022 to 90% in  Spring 2026.

     

    Learn more about College, Career, Life Ready Here

College Ready

Career Ready

Life Ready