AMO

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AcronymDefinition
AMOAccredited Management Organization
AMOAddons.mozilla.org (website)
AMOAssociation of Municipalities of Ontario (Canada)
AMOAbbott Medical Optics (Milpitas, CA)
AMOAustralian Music Online
AMOAdvanced Medical Optics, Inc.
AMOAnnual Measurable Objective (No Child Left Behind measurement)
AMOAtomic Molecular and Optical
AMOA Miracle Occurs
AMOAtlantic Multidecadal Oscillation (weather pattern)
AMOAsset Management Outsourcing (various locations)
AMOAnalysis Management Object
AMOAssociation of Malaysian Optometrists
AMOArama Motoru Optimizasyonu (Turkish: Search Engine Optimization)
AMOApproved Maintenance Organization
AMOAmerican Motors Owners Association (car club)
AMOApplication Management Outsourcing
AMOAmerica's Multimedia Online
AMOArea of Maritime Operations
AMOAssistant Medical Officer
AMOAquisition Management Oversight (US Army)
AMOAnalysis Management Object (software; Microsoft)
AMOApplication Maintenance Outsourcing
AMOAddressable Market Opportunity
AMOAircraft Maintenance Officer
AMOAsset Management Option (Unicenter)
AMOAmerican Maritime Officer
AMOAutomatic Monthly Order
AMOAmerican Medical Optical (Irvine, CA)
AMOAir Mass Zero
AMOAviation Medical Officer
AMOAssociation Members Only
AMOAlternant Molecular Orbital
AMOÁrea Monetaria Óptima (Galician: Optimal Monetary Area)
AMOAutomation Management Office(r)
AMOAssociation of Magisterial Officers (UK)
AMOAssociation Mycologique de l'Ouest (French: Western Mycological Association)
AMOArchery Manufacturers & Merchants Organization
AMOAllied Meteorological Office
AMOAssurance Management Office
AMOAustralian Mathematics Olympiad
AMOAir Movement Officer
AMOAdvanced Munitions Office
AMOArchitectenvereniging van Mechelen en Omstreken (Dutch: Architect Association of Mechelen and Surroundings; Mechelen, Belgium)
AMOAerodrome Meteorological Office (Hong Kong)
AMOArea Maintenance Office (USPS)
AMOAssistant Manager for Operations
AMOAdvance Material Order
AMOAcquisition Management Organization
AMOAcquisition Management Officer
AMOAuthorized Military Official (US DoD)
AMOAmphibious Military Operations
AMOAmmunition Management Office
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However, the statistics clearly demonstrated that African-American students' performance on these sections of the GHSGT fell well short of the 68.6% required to meet the annual measurable objective on the Enhanced Math section and the 84.7% required to meet the annual measurable objective on the Enhanced English section.
Though no perfect solution comes to mind, schools and districts that reach a specific ELL redesignation rate could receive a reduced annual measurable objective or similar incentive that would encourage high redesignation rates.
Two other particular areas of challenge are 1) establishing annual measurable objectives for meeting the highly qualified teacher requirement for all core subject teachers by 2004-05 and 2) establishing an annual measurable objective for increasing the percentage of teachers receiving high-quality professional development.
Annual measurable objectives are gone, and states now bear the responsibility for establishing appropriate measures of accountability.
Meanwhile, the Department announced that seven states--Alabama, Alaska, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, and West Virginia--may freeze their Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) for the coming school year, while they work on their waiver requests.
Namely, the waiver plan gives states three options to obtain waivers: by cutting in half the percentage of students who are not proficient within six years, setting annual measurable objectives that result in 100 percent proficiency by 2020 or using some other method that results in "ambitious but achievable" objectives for all schools and subgroups.
That data would come from annual measurable objectives, which include participation in the MCAS, closing achievement gaps between groups of students, student growth, attendance and graduation rates.
According to Section 2141(c) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), as reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), local education agencies (LEAs) that fail to meet annual measurable objectives and make adequate yearly progress (AYP) for three consecutive years must enter into an agreement with the state education agency (SEA) to determine the most effective use of Title II, Part A funds.
Staff at eight regional educational laboratories collected data on statewide assessment results, number of students tested, and annual measurable objectives for states with grade 8 state assessment data for 2003/04 (20 CCSSO network states and 6 other states that served at least 4,000 American Indian and Alaska Native students).
Appended are: (1) The Iowa Model; and (2) State Performance Targets (Annual Measurable Objectives & Immediate Goals--Annual Data).
To "make AYP," the school as a whole and each numerically significant subgroup must meet "Annual Measurable Objectives" (annual objectives).
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