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13a.01.04.00.htm 13A.01.04.00. Title 13A STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Subtitle 01 STATE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION Chapter 04 Public School Standards Authority: Education Article, §2-205, 2-206, 2-303, 5-201―5-206, 7-202, 7-203, 7-205, 7-301, and 8-404, Annotated Code of Maryland; Federal Statutory Reference: 20 U.S.C.6301 et seq. Federal Regulatory Reference: 34 CFR 200
13a.01.04.01.htm 13A.01.04.01. 01 Scope.. A. This chapter applies to all public school students, all public schools, all local public school systems in Maryland, alternative education programs and schools operated by local school systems, juvenile institutions, public charter schools, nonpublic schools, the Maryland School for the Blind, and the Maryland School for the Deaf, which public school students are attending.B. In addition to maintaining standards of proficient or better in all stud
13a.01.04.02.htm 13A.01.04.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Annual measurable objective" means a performance target established by the State Board:. a) For each grade level in reading and mathematics;. b) For attendance rate; and. c) For one of the following:. i) Graduation rate; or. ii) For schools that do not have a grade 12, dropout rate.. 1-1) "Approved advanced technology credit" means credit earned consistent w
13a.01.04.03.htm 13A.01.04.03. 03 School Safety.. All students in Maryland's public schools, without exception and regardless of race, ethnicity, region, religion, gender, sexual orientation, language, socioeconomic status, age, or disability, have the right to educational environments that are:A. Safe;. B. Appropriate for academic achievement; and. C. Free from any form of harassment..
13a.01.04.04.htm 13A.01.04.04. 04 Data-Based Areas.. A. Student Performance Areas. The following data-based areas shall be measured by the standards in Regulation .05 of this chapter and reported annually as provided in Regulation .06 of this chapter to assess school and student performance:1) Maryland School Assessment results in reading and mathematics and Maryland High School Assessment results in algebra/data analysis and in English;2) Average daily attendance rate of students in grades 1―12; and.
13a.01.04.05.htm 13A.01.04.05. 05 Standards That Apply to Student Performance Areas.. A. The attendance rate represents the average daily attendance rate of students in grades 1―12, including special education students. Summer school attendance is excluded. The proficient standard is 94 percent and the advanced standard is 96 percent.B. The high school graduation rate represents the percentage of students who graduate from high school with a regular diploma, but does not include students who successfully c
13a.01.04.06.htm 13A.01.04.06. 06 Reporting Requirements.. A. Maryland School Performance Report.. 1) Annually before the beginning of the school year, the Department shall publish the Maryland School Performance Report for the State, school systems, and schools.2) Annually, each local school system shall publish the Maryland School Performance Report for the school system, schools, and students.B. Contents of Report.. 1) Each report shall include student performance data, school performance d
13a.01.04.07.htm 13A.01.04.07. 07 School Improvement, Corrective Action, and Restructuring ― Local School Systems.. A. School Identified for Improvement.. 1) Annually, before the beginning of the school year following a failure to make adequate yearly progress, each local school system shall identify for school improvement each elementary or secondary school that has not made AYP because that school did not make the annual measurable objective in the same reported area for 2 consecutive years. The re
13a.01.04.08.htm 13A.01.04.08. 08 Requirements for Local School System Improvement and Corrective Action.. A. Local School System Improvement.. 1) The State Board, upon the recommendation of the State Superintendent of Schools or upon its own motion, shall identify for improvement any local school system that for 2 consecutive years fails to make the annual measurable objectives in reading, mathematics, or as applicable, attendance rate, or graduation rate at each of the elementary school
13a.01.04.09.htm 13A.01.04.09. 09 State Board of Education Review and Recognition.. A. The State Board and the State Superintendent of Schools shall annually review the progress of each local school system to determine if the school system is making the annual measurable objective in reading and in mathematics and shall publicize the results of the review to each local school system, teachers, staff, and the community and include statistically sound disaggregated results.B. The State Board, upon
13a.01.04.9999.htm 13A.01.04.9999. Administrative History Effective date: December 20, 1993 (20:25 Md. R. 1948). Regulation .02B amended effective December 4, 1995 (22:24 Md. R. 1900) July 1, 1996 (23:13 Md. R. 945)Regulation .03 amended effective July 1, 1996 (23:13 Md. R. 945) November 1, 1999 (26:22 Md. R. 1694)Regulation .03A amended effective December 4, 1995 (22:24 Md. R. 1900). Regulation .04 amended effective July 1, 1996 (23:13 Md. R. 945) November 1, 1999 (26:22 Md. R. 1694)
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