A new report on Allentown's schools says there is room for improvement.
According to a new Adequate Yearly Progress report, only two of the 14 elementary schools in the Allentown School District have met standards.
Muhlenberg and Ritter elementary schools were able to meet the 2011-12 goals set forth by the No Child Left Behind Act.
Seven elementary schools that previously met standards have now been assigned warning designations and must meet AYP targets for the 2012-2013 school year.
The four middle schools and two high schools also failed to make the grade.
It's not all bad news for Allentown. The district's graduation rate is up almost three percent and all schools have made attendance goals.
Almost 80 percent of the Allentown School District student households qualify as low income.
The district represents students from more than 40 countries speaking over 25 languages.