The Proficiency Delivery targets provide schools and districts with the annual progress needed to meet their 2017 Proficiency Delivery goals. The overall Proficiency Delivery targets and goals are created based on the combined percentage of students scoring proficient or higher in math and reading. Delivery targets and goals are provided for all schools, although state- and district-level progress is tracked only for students in grades K-8. Data in this table refer to the Kentucky Performance Rating for Educational Progress (K-PREP) tests, which can be found here.
There are four main targets for proficiency:
1) Increase the average combined reading and math Kentucky Performance Rating for Educational Progress (K-PREP) scores for elementary and middle school students from 44% in 2012 to 72% in 2017.
2) Increase the percentage of proficient and distinguished programs in the arts, practical living/career studies and writing from __% in 2013 to __% in 2017 as measured on Program Reviews.
3) Increase the percentage of children ready for kindergarten from 28.1 % in 2012 to 64.1 % in 2015-16.
4) Increase the average combined reading and math Kentucky Performance Rating for Educational Progress (K-PREP) scores for 3rd grade students from 46.1% in 2012 to 73.1% in 2016.
The 2012 KPREP Elementary/Middle, Reading/Math Score Map above, displays the current percentage of elementary and middle school students scoring at or above proficiency in reading/math combined. Districts in green are above average, districts in yellow, orange and red are below average.