The No Child Left Behind Act requires schools to ensure that all students in each subgroup meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) toward their state's learning goals. Schools that fail to meet AYP for all subgroups in two consecutive years must offer students the option to transfer. After three consecutive years without meeting AYP, schools must offer supplemental educational services as well as school choice. Schools that fall into either of these categories are in the "improvement" phase.

Below you'll find a partial snapshot of the total number of schools that missed AYP this year,

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