Fort Stockton Middle School AYP
Principal Gil Rey Madrid’s 511 Middle School Age Students.
The school had missed AYP the previous year and he needed to make meaningful changes with instruction to find a solution for improving student achievement.
Principle Madrid used Brainchild’s Achiever! and Mechanics software to help provide data-driven instruction. Teachers and administrators used the comprehensive reports to target student weaknesses.
The school met AYP in the following year (2011/2012) and had significant improvements across the board, with LEP students improving their scores by over 20%.
“Last year Fort Stockton Middle School did not make AYP. This year we made AYP, using Brainchild software to deliver over 9,000 hours of assessment and data-driven instruction. We saw significant student achievement gains overall, with outstanding gains for our Special Ed and LEP students. Much of our success is attributed to the campus-wide use of Brainchild for all our students.”