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2010 NCLB Report

No Child Left Behind in New Jersey
  • SCHOOL: TOMS RIVER HIGH NORTH

  • COUNTY: OCEAN
  • DISTRICT: TOMS RIVER REGIONAL
 
Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Status 
School made AYP:NO 
School classified as "In Need of Improvement":
"In Need of Improvement" status:
YES
year 8  
District classified as
"in need of improvement" status:
NO 
 
Graduation Rate
 SchoolDistrictState
Class of 2010
(2009-10)
94.3%92.5%94.7%
Class of 2009
(2008-09)
92.1%91.1%93.3%
 

Dropout Rates2009-20102008-2009
SchoolDistrictStateSchoolDistrictState
Total2.12.31.72.12.21.7
Students with Disabilities3.05.12.53.44.62.8
Limited English Proficient4.53.03.90.00.02.8
White1.92.10.91.72.00.9
African-American3.25.33.27.15.13.5
Asian/Pacific Islander0.80.50.40.00.00.3
American Indian/Native American0.00.01.00.00.02.8
Hispanic4.64.32.74.74.43.0
Other Race0.00.01.20.00.00.8
Economically Disadvantaged0.60.52.40.00.01.9
 

   SCHOOL DATA COMPONENTS

 
   High School Proficiency Assessment (HSPA)
 
LANGUAGE ARTS LITERACYYearPercent
Not Tested
Proficiency Percentages
PartialProficientAdvanced
State Standard for AYP = 85% Proficient
All Students

» details for subgroups for LAL

School2009-10
2008-09
0%
.4%
6.7%
9.2%
84%
82.4%
9.3%
8.4%
District2009-10
2008-09
.4%
.3%
8.6%
9.8%
83.5%
82.9%
8%
7.3%
State2009-10
2008-09
.5%
.4%
10.3%
11.8%
75.7%
75.5%
14%
12.7%


MATHEMATICSYearPercent
Not Tested
Proficiency Percentages
PartialProficientAdvanced
State Standard for AYP = 74% Proficient
All Students

» details for subgroups for MATH

School2009-10
2008-09
0%
.4%
15.1%
18.2%
65.7%
64.6%
19.2%
17.2%
District2009-10
2008-09
.4%
.4%
16.9%
18.4%
63.3%
63.8%
19.8%
17.8%
State2009-10
2008-09
.6%
.4%
18.4%
18.2%
57.9%
57.8%
23.7%
24%
 
Recently Arrived Limited English Proficient
Number of recently arrived limited English proficient (LEP) students who were not assessed on the state’s language arts assessment.
 SchoolDistrictState
2009-10 1.001467.00


Teacher Information
One year of data for 2009-10 for:

>>% of classes NOT taught by highly qualified teachers:  School:  0.0% District:  0.0%  State:  0.0%
 
>>% of classes NOT taught by highly qualified teachers in quartiles for:
 High poverty schools:  0.3%
 Low poverty schools:   0.0%


Teachers' Professional Qualifications
 BA/BSMA/MSPhD/EdD
2009-1073.5%25.2%1.3%
2008-0975.0%24.0%1.5%
 
There are three essential components of a highly qualified teacher:
  • Hold at least a bachelor's degree;
  • Be fully certified/licensed by New Jersey; and
  • Demonstrate competence in each of the core academic subjects in which the teacher teaches.

Teachers can demonstrate competence in the subject(s) they teach by either: