District 65 2020 Achievement Report: More Limited in Scope, But Same Trends

At their April 12 meeting, District 65 School Board members discussed the District’s 2020 Accountability and Achievement Report. Due to limitations resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, the report provides more limited data: the percentage of students meeting the 50th percentile on the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) test given in the winter of the 2019-20 school year and two prior years, and…

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How Are District 65 Students Doing Compared to National Averages?

White students at School District 65 are scoring, on average, 3.84 grade levels above the national average. Hispanic students are scoring at about the national average, and Black students are scoring 0.85 grade levels below the national average. But, District 65 Hispanic students and Black students,…



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