What is Program Improvement?
What schools enter into Program improvement?
All Title I funded schools that do not make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) as set fourth by the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) (also known as the No Child Left Behind Act), are identified for Program Improvement (PI). In
Is Woodcreek in Program Improvement?
Woodcreek as a school has not failed to meet AYP marks for two consecutive years, however select schools in our district have. District policy states that if one school is in Program Improvement, certain departments within all schools must be. Therefore Woodcreek receives the same guidance and goes through the same procedures as a school that has failed to meet AYP marks for the past two years, however is still performing at AYP levels. To view information specific to RJUHSD and Program Improvement, see the right hand side of this website, or view this district letter (this letter does not discuss individual schools).