Senate Bill 1 eliminated the Academic Index, once used to generate an overall score used to evaluate school progress twoard proficiency (a score of 100 meant that most students were proficient in key subject areas). this was helpful for tracking school progress over time and, let's face it, for ranking school performance. Though the Kentucky Department of Education no longer tabulates results this way, the Kentucky Association of School Councils and some other organizations have continued to provide this service while the old testing system was in place, generating what they call the "Transition Index." Full transition index information is available by Excel spreadsheet on the KASC website. Schools are listed alphabetically by district, and then by shcool. Note that there are separate pages for elementary, middle, high school, and district results (tabs at the bottom of the page).
With the new accountability systems launching this year, the academic index - even the transition index - will no longer apply.
It's always interesting to see how well (or poorly) some schools do on this index compared with their NCLB results.