IRS

Information and Reporting Services

Release of Data - August 14, 2014

Lists1 of higher-achieving and higher-growth schools at each of five levels of school poverty (0-20%, 21-40%, 41-60%, 61-80%, and 81-100%) can be found in the files below. These results are based on students who participated in all test books in both 2013 and 2014 (matched students). This matched approach displays the year-to-year results of the exact same students in 2013 and 2104.

  • ELA performance at Level 2 and above and Level 3 and above separated into poverty quintile tabs, with each tab sorted descending in each tab by 2014 performance. Excel FileExcel file (1.8MB) [updated 8/18/2014]
  • ELA performance separated into poverty quintile tabs, with each tab sorted descending in each tab by 2013-2014 change in performance. Excel File Excel file (1.7MB) [updated 8/18/2014]
  • Math performance at Level 2 and above and Level 3 and above separated into poverty quintile tabs, with each tab sorted descending in each tab by 2014 performance. Excel File Excel file (1.5MB)
  • Math performance separated into poverty quintile tabs, with each tab sorted descending in each tab by 2013-2014 change in performance. Excel File Excel file (1.7MB)

1 These files employ suppression methods that exclude schools with fewer than fifty (50) tested students.

Last Updated: August 20, 2014