Sunday, February 7, 2016

Pennsylvania System of School Assessment results

The Pennsylvania Department of Education Thursday released the PSSA test scores for the 2010-11 school year that measure academic progress. Fewer than half of the schools in the Philadelphia District met state performance standards while more than four out of five schools in the suburbs met the mark.

Pennsylvania System of School Assessment results

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The Pennsylvania Department of Education Thursday released the PSSA test scores for the 2010-11 school year that measure academic progress.

Fewer than half of the schools in the Philadelphia District met state performance standards while more than four out of five schools in the suburbs met the mark.

Search below for Pennsylvania School of School Assessment results for all schools and districts statewide including Philadelphia and its suburbs.

The database will return the results for each school for tests given in the spring of 2011 as well as the one-year and three-year change in the percentage of students who scored at grade level (proficiency) or higher.

To make the grade under No Child Left Behind, Pennsylvania now requires at least 72 percent of all students to be proficient or higher in reading and 67 percent to be proficient or higher in math.

To search for Philadelphia district schools, select "Philadelphia" as the county, then select, "Philadelphia City SD," as the district and then select the school.

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