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Will C Wood Middle School Moves Into Probation For Low Performance

With the release of this year’s California Department of Education Adequate Yearly Progress Report, Alameda Unified School District’s (AUSD) Will C. Wood Middle School has been placed in “Program Improvement” status under the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), also known as the No Child Left Behind act, for failing to meet minimum performance criteria. Earlier this year, the AUSD Board of Trustees voted to close Chipman Middle School for failing to improve after four years in program improvement.

The report was released earlier this week. Wood Middle School failed to meet 2010 criteria for English Language Arts, Mathematics, participation rate and proficiency.

According to the California Department of Education’s website, the ESEA requires all states to implement accountability systems in reading and mathematics and annual testing for students in grades three through eight. Program Improvement, or “PI” is the formal designation for schools and school districts that fail to make adequate yearly progress (AYP) for two years consecutively.

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