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Unified Improvement Plans (UIP)

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What is a Unified Improvement Plan?

A Unified Improvement Plan (UIP) is an annual improvement plan required of all Colorado schools based on the Education Accountability Act of 2009.

Why do we have a UIP?

The purpose of the plan is to continuously improve all of our students’ performance by determining school goals and aligning resources and efforts to meet these goals.

Where can I find Fairmount's current UIP?

You can access our UIP using this link to the Colorado Department of Education website: CDE SchoolVew

What are Fairmount's current school goals?

For the 2015-2016 school year, we have set the following academic goals:

  • Reading: Decrease the percent of kindergarten-3rd grade students scoring “Intensive” on the DIBELS assessment from 7% at the beginning of the school year to 4% by the end of the year. Increase the percentage of kindergarten-3rd grade students scoring at least benchmark on the DIBELS assessment from 84% at the beginning of the year to 90% by the end of the year.
  • Math: By the end of the year, 24% of students who scored in the Lo range on the beginning of the year MAP math assessment will grow to at least the Lo Avg range. By the end of the year, 32% of students who scored in the Lo Avg range on the beginning of the year MAP math assessment will grow to at least the Avg range.
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