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Stoughton-Edwin A Jones Early Childhood Center - 2016 School Assistance Level - Insufficient data
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2016-17 October Enrollment2016 MCAS % Proficient or Higher2016 Median Student Growth Percentile
School NameTotal Enrollment #Eco. Dis. %SWD %ELL %ELA %Math %Science %ELAMath
Andover-Shawsheen School* 73      11.0      49.3      0.0      
Bellingham-Bellingham Early Childhood Center* 96      15.6      37.5      0.0      
Canton-Rodman Early Childhood Center* 90      15.6      38.9      0.0      
Franklin-Franklin Early Childhood Development Center* 131      12.2      30.5      0.0      
Groton-Dunstable-Boutwell School* 64      20.3      50.0      0.0      
Lexington-Lexington Children's Place* 78      15.4      47.4      0.0      
Mansfield-Roland Green School* 86      16.3      43.0      0.0      
Newton-Newton Early Childhood Center* 193      13.0      68.9      0.0      
Quabbin-New Braintree Grade* 108      19.4      29.6      0.0      
Saugus-Ballard School* 110      20.0      33.6      0.0      
Stoughton-Edwin A Jones Early Childhood Center* 90      16.7      36.7      0.0      
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