See how the state graded your school and district
The state released grades for each school and district on Friday – and most saw a decrease.
Standardized test scores, once the lone measure for grading schools and districts, still account for about 80 percent of the ratings for elementary and middle schools. About half of that measure is based on whether individual student test scores show enough improvement to indicate they will reach grade level within five years. That is designed to help the public and educators judge whether a school is headed in the right direction.
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