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Alaska NCLB Implementation Status

Here is a snapshot of Alaska's implementation status in complying with the mandates of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB/ESEA) in the following areas: state accountability plans, percentage of teachers and paraprofessionals who have met the "highly qualified" definitions under NCLB, and state standards and assessment plans.

You will also find links to two charts -– one that illustrates the gap between authorized and actual federal funding of Title I (under ESEA) and another that shows the percentage of schools in the state that did not make "Adequate Yearly Progress" and are in improvement/corrective action status.

Accountability Plan


Each time the U.S. Department of Education responds by letter to a state's request to amend its accountability plan, the letter is posted on this Education Dept. Web site page.

Highly Qualified Teacher Plan Status

Approved?  Yes

The Department of Education has posted the "Revised State Plans for Highly Qualified Teachers" submitted by each state on this Education Dept. Web site page.

Percentage of Teachers Meeting NCLB "Highly Qualified" Requirements in 2005-06:


Elementary:
52.7% Secondary: 71.9%
Total: 64.2%

Percentage of Title I Paraprofessionals Meeting NCLB "Qualified" Requirements in 2005-06:

80.3%

Standards and Assessment Plan Status


Approved?   Yes

The Department of Education has posted NCLB Standards and Assessment Approval Letters for each state on this Web page. Each of the States will have more than one approval letter over the next year or so.US Department of Education Growth Model Pilot. Applied by deadline, not approved; invited to re-apply by end of year.


RELATED LINKS

  • Chart showing Alaska's gap between authorized and actual Title 1 funds, 2002 to 2009
  • Chart showing Alaska's percentages of Alaska schools not making AYP, 2005 to 2008