Delaware Smarter Balanced: How did your school do?

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Delaware students took a brand new standardized test last school year. And now we finally have a feel for how they fared.

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Delaware students took a brand new standardized test last school year. And now we finally have a feel for how they fared.

The state released preliminary test results on Wednesday. That’s a lot of data floating out into the ether.

We decided to harvest some of those numbers and make them easier for you, the public, to digest. In the tabs below you’ll find info for how each district and school in Delaware performed on the new test, known as Smarter Balanced. We also included data detailing how each district and school performed on the prior assessment, so you’ll have some method of comparison. (To find out why scores dropped so dramatically for many schools, check out our other coverage) The percentages tell you what portion of students scored high enough to be considered proficient in the given subject area. And yes, all those single-digit numbers are for real.

This is not a complete data set. Students in grades 3-8 and 11 take the test. In order to make this tool easier to navigate, we only included data from grades 5, 8, and 11. One final note, 11th-graders didn’t take last year’s test. So the 2014 high school numbers refer to how that year’s 10th-graders performed.

All that said, happy exploring.

*Hey there, tablet and mobile users. This feature is best explored on a laptop or desktop.

Appoquinimink School District

Brandywine School District

Caesar Rodney School District

Cape Henlopen School District

Capital School District

Christina School District

Colonial School District

Delmar School District

Indian River School District

Lake Forest School District

Laurel School District

Milford School District

NCC VoTech School District

Polytech School District

Red Clay School District

Seaford School District

Smyrna School District

Sussex Tech School District

Woodbridge School District

Charter Schools

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