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The term AYP (adequate yearly progress) is used to measure…
Academic progress in public schools in standardized tests
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With RTI, students are screened early and their progress is being assessed frequently to see they are making adequate progress. In this case, RTI is often referred to as a: Select one: a. Probation model b. Prevention and intervention model c. Adequate yearly progress model d. Multifactored evaluation model
b. Prevention and intervention model
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Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
A provision of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 requiring that schools provide evidence each year that students are making “adequate yearly progress”
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