All but one of West Las Vegas’ elementary schools has made the federal standard of adequate yearly progress.
At the Las Vegas City Schools, only Robertson High School met the standard, according to a state report.
West Las Vegas Superintendent Jim Abreu said his district has made some great strides with adequate yearly progress, or AYP.
That standard tracks how students test in reading and math and other indicators schools must reach in order to be 100 percent proficient by 2014 — as is required under the federal No Child Left Behind Act.
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