School Achievement and Progress List
The School Achievement and Progress List was released Tuesday, March 30, 2010 and shows school achievement and progress data for all schools with three years of testing data. It is not a ranking of schools and is not intended to be used for comparison purposes. It contains data on one measure only and was prepared initially only as a tool for identifying 10 persistently low-achieving schools that would be eligible for a share of $12 million in U.S. Department of Education School Improvement Grants.
View the School Achievement and Progress List
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Podcast (from Commissioner Gendron's conference call with superintendents on March 29; missing first minute)