In 2010, 15 schools in the District of Columbia met the annual goals of No Child Left Behind, down from 54 in 2009.  AYP is a yardstick of a school’s progress toward full proficiency by 2014.

Eight DCPS elementary schools met the benchmark, down from 29 in 2009 and 38 in 2008. Two of those schools, Mamie D. Lee and Sharpe, provide services exclusively to special needs students. Of the remaining six, Mann, Key and Stoddert elementary schools are in Ward 3, Kenilworth is in Ward 7, and Ludlow-Tayor is in Ward 6.  Montgomery was merged into Ward 6’s Walker Jones Educational Campus in June. Two senior high schools joined the ranks as did four public charter elementary schools.

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