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2010-11 MAP Test Scores By District

Patch has a breakdown of district performance on state tests in communication arts and math.

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Released the 2010-11 results of the Missouri Assesment Program tests, which students take in third through eighth grade and in high school.

This year, in order to meet state goals and make "Adequate Yearly Progress," Missouri schools had to have 72.5 percent of students test at grade level in math and 75.5 percent test at grade level in reading.

See the full list of scores for each school in the state here.

Missouri Assessment Program Test Scores for 2010-11

 


Reading
Math
Achievement Benchmarks
75.5 72.5 State of Missouri 
54.6
54.2
City of St. Louis 33.1 30.9 St. Charles County Fort Zumwalt 63.6 59.4  67.2 67.8 Wentzville 63.2 67.3  55.8 57.5  59.2 67.3 West St. Louis County

 59.2 58.7  70.7 69.7 Rockwood 74.3 72.1 Valley Park 61.5 67.8 Mid St. Louis County

Brentwood 73.8 74.3 76.1 76.9 Kirkwood 76.2 75.8 Ladue 77.8 78.3 
62.4 63.7 University City
45.6
39
Webster Groves 70.9 67.5 South St. Louis County

Affton 58.6 60.1 Bayless 46.8 48.4 Hancock Place 45.2 48.9  78.3 81.5  62.7
60.9
North St. Louis County

Ferguson-Florissant 42.2
34.9
Hazelwood 43.7
42.3
Jennings 30.7
32.1
Normandy 27.7 
21.2
Ritenour 41.3
43.2

*The percent of students expected to score proficient or advanced on the state test in a given year.

Holston Black Jr. August 05, 2011 at 07:43 PM
Lisa, the top of the page gives the information. Mo. schools need to meet 72.5% at grade level in math and 75.5% in reading. Grades third thru eight and high school.

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