Larger school districts less likely to meet AYP

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By Rosalie Everson

FORT LUPTON — It’s usually the big school districts that bring home the tallest team trophies.  But when it comes to the percentage of students making adequate yearly progress in reading and math, the smallest districts in the state, those with 373 students or less, finished first.

    The students in only 78 districts, less than half of Colorado’s 183 school districts, made AYP this year.  Not one of the 50 districts with more than 2,000 students made the cut, but 36 of the smallest 50 districts did.

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