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No Child Left Behind

NCLB requires every state to establish academic standards for what students should know and be able to do.  Each district and school is measured by how well students are progressing toward meetings these standards.  All students are required to make progress measured by a state-developed test that is administered annually at specific grade levels.

Annually the state will publish an easy to read and detailed “report card” identifying the progress of each school.  Included in the report card is student achievement data separated into groups by:  Race, Gender, Ethnicity, English Language Proficiency, Disability Status, Migrant Status, Low Income Status for all students.

As part of our obligation under the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), Garvin shares the results of how our well our students are progressing toward meeting establish academic standards for what students should know. Information on the School Report Card includes:

-       School Environment

- Student Information

- Student Performance Indicators

- Staff Information

- District Financial Data

It is worth noting that Garvin students met federal Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) guidelines for the past six consecutive years in Mathematics and five of the past six years in Language Arts Literacy.

You may access New Jersey School Report Card data for
Garvin School and other schools at the following link: