Wisconsin Title I High-Progress and High-Achieving Schools

Overview

Beginning in 2012-13, DPI expanded the Title I Rewards Program to include Title I High-Progress and High-Achieving Schools. This expansion represents Title I schools that will serve as a model for all schools across the state striving to meet our nation’s new accountability measures and Wisconsin’s Agenda 2017 goals to improve graduation rates and close college and career readiness gaps.

To be eligible for a Title I High-Achieving Award, schools

  • are Title I–receiving;
  • earned a rating of Significantly Exceeds Expectations on the Wisconsin School Report Card;
  • met all Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) in achievement and graduation for all students and student subgroups;
  • have minimal achievement gaps or show evidence of reducing gaps between student subgroups; and
  • met all test participation, absenteeism, and dropout Student Engagement Indicator goals.

To be eligible for a Title I High-Progress Award, schools

  • are Title I-receiving;
  • earned a rating of Significantly Exceeds, Exceeds, or Meets Expectations on the Wisconsin School Report Card;
  • must fall within the top 10 percent of Title I schools experiencing student growth in reading and mathematics (elementary/middle schools) or top 10 percent of schools with greatest improvement in graduation rates (high schools);
  • have minimal achievement gaps or show evidence of reducing gaps between student subgroups; and
  • met all test participation, absenteeism, and dropout Student Engagement Indicator goals.

Click here for a complete list of Title I Schools of Recognition, including High-Achieving and High-Progress Schools, for 2013-14.

Click here for or a complete list of Title I High-Achieving and High-Progress Schools for 2012-13.

 

 

For questions about this information, contact Greg Doyle (608) 267-1294