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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 2017-2018 school year, we have set the following academic goals:

  • Reading: Increase the percentage of kindergarten-3rd grade students scoring benchmark on the DIBELS assessment from 82% at the beginning of the year to 88% by the end of the year.
  • Reading: By the end of the year, we will increase the number of 3rd-6th grade students scoring in the Avg and above range on MAP from 83% to 88%.
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