A-F Answers: Can you delineate the 3 of 4 F provision and the provision that limits a district rating to a b if any of its campuses receive a D or F?

The Answer:

Districts and campuses are considered separately for the 3 of 4 F provision. If a district has 3-4 areas rated an F, the provision is applied in the highest scaled score the district can receive is a 59 or an F, unless the Student Achievement Domain rating is a D or higher.

If the campus has 3 or 4 areas rated an F, the provision is applied. And the highest scaled score a campus can receive is a 59 or an F, unless the Student Achievement domain rating is a d or higher.

The second provision states that a district may not receive an overall, or domain rating, of an A, if the district includes any campus with a corresponding overall or domain rating of a D or F. In other ways, if a campus has a D or F in a domain, the district cannot receive an A in that domain.
If a campus has an overall rating of a D or F, the district cannot receive an A overall.

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