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The Redmond School District will implement a new way to assess its students success this year. Superintendent Shay Mikalson has come up with the “Performance Meter.” District spokesman Jon Bullock explains what it is. “And so what the performance meter does is collects data from adequate yearly progress report known as AYP and the State report cards and puts it into an easy to read format. And every time we get new data it allows us to include that data and also data not used by those ratings systems.” The Performance Meter will allow parents to see how the District is meeting its goals, such as perfect attendance, academic achievement and graduation rates, as well as parent and community engagement and teacher and principal effectiveness.

 

 

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