Monday's release was of NCLB results for math tests only in grades 3-8—the reading portions are taking longer to be released because the standards are changing, and so they're expected to come out in October. Math scores across the state were also expected to drop because the standards were raised last year.
In Durham, the following charters did achieve adequate yearly progress in math last year: Carter Community School, Central Park School, Kestrel Heights, Research Triangle Charter, Voyager Academy and Maureen Joy.
The two schools that didn't meet the targets on the math tests were Healthy Start Academy and Omuteko Gwamaziima.
Omuteko Gwamaziima, which has failed to meet its NCLB goals for years in both reading and math, closed earlier this year after being pressured by the state.
Other charters have also struggled. But the math results were good for Carter Community, which met AYP in math for the first time in four years.
Access the state's list of charter results here.