SDE: Press Releases 2004

Press Releases 2004


  • 10/29/04

Elementary and Middle Schools Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) [PDF] 66KB
More than 80 percent of Connecticut’s elementary and middle schools analyzed for adequate
yearly progress (AYP) under the federal No Child Left Behind law achieved this standard, based
on results of the 2003 Connecticut Mastery Test (CMT).

  • 9/09/04

Connecticut's Vocational Technical School System Has New Name [PDF] 55KB
Results of the 2003 Connecticut Mastery Test in Grades 4, 6 and 8 show that the achievement gaps between students in Connecticut’s wealthiest and poorest communities are beginning to close.

  • 9/08/04

Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Lists Released [PDF] 66KB
138 of the state’s 180 public high schools have achieved the standards for adequate yearly progress (AYP) under the federal No Child Left Behind Law (NCLB).

  • 8/31/04

Connecticut's 2004 Grads Continue Strong Performance on SAT [HTML] 53KB
Verbal Score Up Three Points; Math Up One Point; Total At 30-Year High Connecticut is Tied for Second Among States in SAT Test Participation.

  • 8/30/04

More Students take CAPT; performance increases in all subjects [HTML] 17KB
Results of the 2004 Connecticut Academic Performance Test (CAPT) show two important trends. First, there are significant increases in the numbers of students taking the test, including minority, poor and special education students. Second, there are gains in student performance in all subject areas.

  • 6/25/04

2003 CMT Results Show Gaps Beginning to Close [PDF] 55KB
Results of the 2003 Connecticut Mastery Test in Grades 4, 6 and 8 show that the achievement gaps between students in Connecticut’s wealthiest and poorest communities are beginning to close.

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