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To protect individual student confidentiality, results are not reported for 5 or fewer students and performance percentages are capped at 5% and 95%.
Public PAWS Results - District Level - Disaggregated
School Year
District Name
Grade
Subgroup
Subject
Number of Students Tested
Participation Rate
Percent Below Basic
Percent Basic
Percent Proficient
Percent Advanced
Percent Basic and Below
Percent Proficient and Advanced
2011-12
Albany #1
03
All Students
Math
260 - 269
99.3%
3.01%
4.51%
46.62%
45.86%
7.52%
92.48%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Hispanic
Math
40 - 49
100.0%
2.50%
12.50%
52.50%
32.50%
15.00%
85.00%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
American Indian/Alaska Native
Math
1 - 5
       
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Asian
Math
10 - 19
100.0%
    
<= 10%
>= 90%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Black
Math
1 - 5
       
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
Math
1 - 5
       
2011-12
Albany #1
03
White
Math
200 - 209
99.0%
2.96%
2.96%
45.81%
48.28%
5.91%
94.09%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Two or More Races
Math
6 - 9
100.0%
    
<= 20%
>= 80%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Female
Math
120 - 129
99.2%
    
<= 5%
>= 95%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Male
Math
130 - 139
99.3%
5.84%
7.30%
45.99%
40.88%
13.14%
86.86%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
English Language Learner
Math
10 - 19
100.0%
11.76%
11.76%
41.18%
35.29%
23.53%
76.47%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Non-English Language Learner
Math
240 - 249
99.2%
2.41%
4.02%
46.99%
46.59%
6.43%
93.57%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Free/Reduced Lunch
Math
80 - 89
97.7%
4.65%
9.30%
50.00%
36.05%
13.95%
86.05%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Non-Free/Reduced Lunch
Math
180 - 189
100.0%
    
<= 5%
>= 95%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Individual Education Plan
Math
30 - 39
97.1%
6.06%
18.18%
48.48%
27.27%
24.24%
75.76%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Non-Individual Education Plan
Math
230 - 239
99.6%
2.58%
2.58%
46.35%
48.50%
5.15%
94.85%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Gifted/Talented
Math
10 - 19
100.0%
    
<= 10%
>= 90%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Non-Gifted/Talented
Math
250 - 259
99.2%
3.13%
4.69%
48.44%
43.75%
7.81%
92.19%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Migrant
Math
0
       
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Non-Migrant
Math
260 - 269
99.3%
3.01%
4.51%
46.62%
45.86%
7.52%
92.48%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Homeless
Math
1 - 5
       
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Non-Homeless
Math
260 - 269
99.2%
      
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Full Academic Year
Math
0
       
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Non-Full Academic Year
Math
0
       
2011-12
Albany #1
03
All Students
Reading
260 - 269
99.2%
4.94%
19.77%
63.12%
12.17%
24.71%
75.29%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Hispanic
Reading
30 - 39
100.0%
7.69%
28.21%
56.41%
7.69%
35.90%
64.10%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
American Indian/Alaska Native
Reading
1 - 5
       
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Asian
Reading
6 - 9
100.0%
0.00%
33.33%
66.67%
0.00%
33.33%
66.67%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Black
Reading
1 - 5
       
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
Reading
1 - 5
       
2011-12
Albany #1
03
White
Reading
200 - 209
99.0%
4.46%
17.33%
63.86%
14.36%
21.78%
78.22%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Two or More Races
Reading
6 - 9
100.0%
12.50%
12.50%
75.00%
0.00%
25.00%
75.00%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Female
Reading
120 - 129
99.2%
3.88%
13.95%
65.89%
16.28%
17.83%
82.17%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Male
Reading
130 - 139
99.3%
5.97%
25.37%
60.45%
8.21%
31.34%
68.66%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
English Language Learner
Reading
10 - 19
100.0%
7.14%
35.71%
57.14%
0.00%
42.86%
57.14%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Non-English Language Learner
Reading
240 - 249
99.2%
4.82%
18.88%
63.45%
12.85%
23.69%
76.31%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Free/Reduced Lunch
Reading
80 - 89
97.7%
5.95%
32.14%
57.14%
4.76%
38.10%
61.90%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Non-Free/Reduced Lunch
Reading
170 - 179
100.0%
4.47%
13.97%
65.92%
15.64%
18.44%
81.56%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Individual Education Plan
Reading
30 - 39
97.1%
12.12%
45.45%
39.39%
3.03%
57.58%
42.42%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Non-Individual Education Plan
Reading
230 - 239
99.6%
3.91%
16.09%
66.52%
13.48%
20.00%
80.00%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Gifted/Talented
Reading
10 - 19
100.0%
    
<= 10%
>= 90%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Non-Gifted/Talented
Reading
250 - 259
99.2%
5.14%
20.55%
63.24%
11.07%
25.69%
74.31%
2011-12
Albany #1
03
Migrant
Reading
0
       
The Wyoming Department of Education recognizes that some individual student performances may have been adversely affected by the administration irregularities of the 2010 PAWS. Thus, it is recommended to interpret PAWS scores of these individual students and groups of students with caution; if an individual test result is not consistent with other known information about a student’s achievement level, the other information should take higher priority in judging the student.
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Report generated on: Friday, October 31, 2014, 12:59 PM