SDE: Press Releases 2003

Press Releases 2003
  • 12/17/03

94 or 175 CT High Schools Achiever "Adequate Yearly Progress" Under NCLB [HTML]
2003 Statewide CAPT Goal-Level scores rise slightly; At-Proficiency levels dip; 1,897 more     students assessed as student participation increases sharply.

  • 12/04/03 

99 Districts Cited As Not Making (Adequate Yearly Progress) [HTML] 99KB
A total of 99 of the state’s 185 local, regional and statewide school districts and charter
schools have been identified as not making adequate yearly progress (AYP) for the 2001-02 school year under the federal No Child Left Behind law (NCLB).

  • 11/13/03 

(NAEP) Shows CT Students Are Among America's Highest Performers [PDF] 42KB
Consistent with past NAEP results, Connecticut’s students in the 2003 national assessment of reading and math achievement, score among the best in the nation.

  • 8/26/03

SAT Press Release [HTML]
Connecticut’s 2003 Grads Continue Strong Performance on SAT Verbal Score Up Three Points; Math Up Five Points; Total At 29-Year High Connecticut is Second Among the States in SAT Test Participation.

  • 2/05/03 

Small Gains on Statewide Connecticut Mastery Test Scores in 2002 [PDF] 698KB
Commissioner Sergi says: “We can do a lot better, we must do more” Most Achievement Gaps
Continue to Close; More Students Are Taking the Test

  • 2/03/03

Results from the 2002 Administration of the Connecticut Mastery Test [PDF] 567.9KB
This report presents the statewide results from the 2002 administration of the third generation of the Connecticut Mastery Test (CMT-3).

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