Archive — Month: April 2012

Published: April 19th, 2012

Changes to A-F Accountability System for 2012 and Recent Legislation Impacting School Accountability

ADE’s Research and Evaluation Division is informing LEAs of important changes to the state’s A-F Letter Grade Accountability System approved by the State Board of Education in March and the legislation relating to school accountability and school improvement. The changes are detailed in a memo which you can view by clicking on this link: [Read more…]

Published: April 17th, 2012

AOI ADM Bug Corrected

The known issues with the calculation of AOI ADM this year have been corrected.  Current ADMS75-1 reports reflect this ADM and revised ADMS 40 series reports, as well as SPED28-1 and ELLS28-1 reports, reflecting the correct ADM are expected to be available by 4/18.

Published: April 17th, 2012

Revised Limited ADM and Reports (ADMS40 series, SPED28-1, ELLS28-1)

Limited ADM was recalculated on Friday, 4/13, after we implemented a fix to correctly limit ADM for students attending a JTED.  Please check your revised 75-1 reports for your new ADM.  Revised student counts reports (ADMS40 series, SPED28-1, ELLS28-1) reflecting the revised ADM are expected to be available by Wednesday, 4/18.  

Published: April 13th, 2012

TEI Recalculation Completed

 In accordance with A.R.S. §15-941(D.), we have completed the recalculation of the Teacher Experience Index (TEI) for districts that submitted corrected data after March 15. You may view your TEI report by going to the public SDER Reports page.

Published: April 5th, 2012

Deadlines/Timetable for 2012 Test Results, A-F Letter Grades, AMOs, and AMAOs

ADE’s Research and Evaluation Division has established the timetable for the release of all state and federal deliverables as well as other important dates for the Fiscal Year 2012 accountability season. The timetable and deadlines are contained in a memo which can be viewed at

Published: April 5th, 2012

Kudos to Paragon Management!

Kudos to Paragon Management, Inc. for their diligence and continued cooperation in assisting with student data and research in order to finalize their FY10 A.R.S.15-915 file. Your patience in that lengthy process is greatly appreciated. Thanks for never giving up hope!