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Stoughton-Joseph R Dawe Jr Elementary - 2016 School Assistance Level - Level 2
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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
Cambridge-Cambridgeport* 311      27.7      15.4      5.1      54%
Cambridge-John M Tobin* 291      26.5      16.2      2.7      57%
Cambridge-Martin Luther King Jr.* 317      25.6      15.1      6.6      58%
Ipswich-Winthrop* 383      20.1      17.2      4.2      65%77%74%47.569.0
Ludlow-Chapin Street Elementary School* 346      32.1      15.6      5.5      
North Middlesex-Spaulding Memorial* 427      22.5      15.5      3.5      61%59%60.040.0
Northampton-Leeds* 339      23.9      16.2      2.9      65%57%62%52.050.0
South Hadley-Mosier* 428      28.0      15.9      6.8      
Stoughton-Joseph H Gibbons* 363      24.5      16.5      2.8      54%
Stoughton-Joseph R Dawe Jr Elementary* 378      26.2      16.4      4.2      38%
West Boylston-Major Edwards Elementary* 402      19.2      16.7      4.2      73%
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