More Wisconsin Schools Meeting and Exceeding Expectations Than Before

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The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction says an increasing number of schools and districts met expectations during the 2017-18 school year compared to the 2016-17 school year.

In a new report from the Wisconsin DPI, over 83% of schools in the state met or exceeded expectations, as did over 96 percent of public school districts. Meanwhile, 95 schools in the state reportedly failed to meet expectations, which is down from 117 from the previous year.

The Department of Public Instruction rates schools and districts by student achievement, growth, closing gaps between student groups, and measures of postsecondary readiness. You can click this link for the department’s full report.

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