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Stoughton-Edwin A Jones Early Childhood Center - 2015 School Assistance Level - Insufficient data
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2015-16 October Enrollment2015 MCAS % Proficient or Higher2015 Median Student Growth Percentile
School NameTotal Enrollment #Eco. Dis. %SWD %ELL %ELA %Math %Science %ELAMath
Bellingham-Bellingham Early Childhood Center* 90      18.9      33.3      0.0      
Chelmsford-Community Education Center* 132      15.2      53.0      0.0      
Groton-Dunstable-Boutwell School* 55      16.4      50.9      0.0      
Mansfield-Roland Green School* 84      14.3      44.0      0.0      
North Attleborough-North Attleborough Early Learning Center* 135      17.8      31.1      0.0      
Pentucket-Dr Frederick N Sweetsir* 178      15.2      24.2      0.0      
Plymouth-Mount Pleasant* 100      23.0      46.0      0.0      
Quabbin-New Braintree Grade* 137      19.7      26.3      0.0      
Stoughton-Edwin A Jones Early Childhood Center* 106      18.9      31.1      0.0      
Wachusett-Early Childhood Center* 134      14.2      48.5      0.0      
Wakefield-Early Childhood Center at the Doyle School* 130      14.6      23.1      0.0      
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