NM Vistas Report for
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Overview Indicators Our Schools
School Year
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Total Enrollment
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Accountable Schools
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Proficiencies
Math Proficiency
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The percentage of students proficient and above in math.
Reading Proficiency
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The percentage of students who are proficient and above in reading.
Science Proficiency
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The percentage of students who are proficient and above in science.
Growth
Math Growth
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The percentage of change in proficiency rate compared to the previous year.
Reading Growth
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The percentage of change in proficiency rate compared to the previous year.
Graduation Growth
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Graduation Growth shows the annual increase in the 4-year graduation rate over three years.
Additional Metrics
English Learner Progress
College & Career Readiness
Regular Attendance
Post-Secondary Enrollment Rates
Educator Qualifications
School Climate
Accountable Schools
School District City Type Designation
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Math Proficiency

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Overall Math Proficiency

The percentage of students whose ability in math is at the expected level, or higher, for the student's grade.

Students in 3rd through 8th and 11th grade are assessed in math. The math proficiency rate is adjusted by the number of students who participated in the assessment.

Math Participation

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Overall Math Participation

The percentage of students who participated in the state math assessment in grades 3-8, and grade 11.

Math Performance Levels

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Overall Passing Math Performance

The percentage of students at each performance level.

Each student's math assessment places them into one of four performance levels:

Grades 3-8:

  • PL1 = Novice
  • PL2 = Nearing Proficiency
  • PL3 = Proficient
  • PL4 = Advanced

Grade 11:

  • PL1 = Well Below State Expectations
  • PL2 = Below State Expectations
  • PL3 = At State Expectations
  • PL4 = Above State Expectations
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Reading Proficiency

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Overall Reading Proficiency

The reading proficiency rate measures the percentage of students who are reading at the expected level, or higher, for the student's grade.

Students in grades kindergarten through 8th grade and 11th grade are assessed in reading. The reading proficiency rate is adjusted by the number of students who participated in the assessment.

Reading Participation

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Overall Reading Participation

The percentage of students in grades K-2 and/or grades 3-8 and 11th who participated in the state reading assessment.

Reading Performance Levels

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Overall Passing Reading Performance

The percentage of students at each performance level.

Each student's reading assessment places them into one of four performance levels:

Grades 3-8:

  • PL1 = Novice
  • PL2 = Nearing Proficiency
  • PL3 = Proficient
  • PL4 = Advanced

Grade 11:

  • PL1 = Well Below State Expectations
  • PL2 = Below State Expectations
  • PL3 = At State Expectations
  • PL4 = Above State Expectations
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Science Proficiency

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Overall Science Proficiency

The science proficiency rate measures the percentage of students who are performing at the expected level, or higher, for the student's grade.

Students in grades 5, 8, and 11 are assessed in science.The science proficiency rate is adjusted by the number of students who participated in the assessment.

Science Participation

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Overall Science Participation

The percentage of students who participated in the state science assessment in grades 5, 8, & 11.

Science Performance Levels

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Overall Passing Science Performance

The percentage of students at each performance level.

Each student's science assessment places them into one of four performance levels:

Grades 3-8 & 11

  • PL1 = Novice
  • PL2 = Nearing Proficiency
  • PL3 = Proficient
  • PL4 = Advanced
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Math Growth

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Overall Math Growth

Math growth shows whether a school or district's math proficiency rate is increasing or decreasing compared with the previous year.

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Reading Growth

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Overall Reading Growth

Reading growth shows whether a school or district's reading proficiency rate is increasing or decreasing compared with the previous year.

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Graduation Growth

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Overall Graduation Growth

The annual change in the 4-year graduation rate over three years.

Four Year Graduation Rate

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Overall Four Year Graduation Rate

Five-year adjusted cohort graduation rates for the class of SY

Five Year Graduation Rate

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Overall Five Year Graduation Rate

Six-year adjusted cohort graduation rates for the class of SY

Six Year Graduation Rate

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Overall Six Year Graduation Rate

Four-year adjusted cohort graduation rates for the class of SY

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English Learning Progress

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Overall English Learning Progress

English Learner Progress measures the percentage of English learners who are on track toward achieving English proficiency within five years.

English Learning Proficiency

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Overall English Learning Proficiency

Number and percentage of English learners achieving English language proficiency on ACCESS.

New Arrivals

Number and percentage of recently arrived English learners exempted from state reading assessment.

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College & Career Readinesss

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Overall College & Career Readinesss

College & Career Readiness shows the percentage of high school students who have participated in and achieved a passing grade in college and career courses.

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Regular Attendance

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Overall Regular Attendance

Regular attendance measures the percentage of students who are enrolled at the school that attend school on more than 90% of school days.

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Post-Secondary Enrollment

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Overall Post-Secondary Enrollment

Postsecondary enrollment rates of New Mexico high school graduates in public or private institutions.

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Educator Qualifications

Educator Qualifications depicts the percentage of educators that are teaching with an emergency/provisional credential, the percentage of educators teaching outside of their subject area, and the percentage of experienced teachers, where experienced is defined as teaching more than 5 years.

These metrics are further broken down by school poverty level, where “high poverty level” is defined as schools with 75% or greater Free Reduced Lunch (FRL) status and “low poverty level” is defined as 25% or less Free Reduced Lunch (FRL) status.

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School Climate

The U.S Department of Education requires states to report data from the Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) for the areas shown.

View the Civil Rights Data Set