• Accountability Information & Links

     

      Accountability Information  
     

     

    Welcome to the Ashe County Schools Division of Accountability Website. Here you will find all available information regarding testing, reports on Annual Yearly Progress (AYP) as part of No Child Left Behind (NCLB), and the ABCs of Public Education for Ashe County Schools.

    The mission of the Accountability Department is to promote the academic achievement of all Ashe County Public School students by providing resources and relevant data to assist all stakeholders in the process of student learning. 
    In North Carolina, standardized testing is an integral part of the educational experience of all students. When properly administered and interpreted, test results provide an independent, uniform source of reliable and valid information, which enables:
     
    • Students to know the extent to which they have mastered expected knowledge and skills and how they compare to others;
    • Parents to know if their children are acquiring the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in a high competitive job market;
    • Teachers to know if their students have mastered grade-level knowledge and skills in the curriculum and, if not, what weaknesses need to be addressed;
    • Community leaders and lawmakers to know if students in North Carolina schools are improving their performance over time and how the student compare with student from other states or the nation; and
    • Citizens to assess the performance of the public schools.
     
         

     

Announcements

  • State School Report Cards 2015/16 School Year

    The North Carolina Dept. of Public Instruction has now released the State School Report Cards for the 2015/16 school year. Individual school snapshots will be going home with students in the coming days, as well as being placed on each school's website. The District Snapshot is available here and you may also access the full state reports by going to http://www.dpi.state.nc.us/src/‚Äč .

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