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Worcester-Midland Street - 2016 School Assistance Level - Level 1
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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
Barnstable Community Horace Mann Charter Public (District)-Barnstable Community Horace Mann Charter Public School* 290      40.0      7.9      17.6      63%78%
Boston-William Ellery Channing* 244      57.8      8.6      22.1      13%
Boston-Winship Elementary* 243      44.0      12.8      30.5      20%
Community Day Charter Public School - R. Kingman Webster (District)-Community Day Charter Public School - R. Kingman Webster* 280      48.6      8.6      44.6      70%79%57.041.0
Lynn-Lincoln-Thomson* 248      46.8      11.3      17.3      40%
New Bedford-Betsey B Winslow* 297      39.4      11.8      12.8      41%
New Bedford-Jireh Swift* 233      43.3      10.3      14.6      32%
Worcester-Heard Street* 269      40.1      8.2      16.7      65%56%58%64.066.0
Worcester-May Street* 337      39.8      6.2      29.7      37%
Worcester-Midland Street* 242      38.8      9.5      22.3      55%
Worcester-Thorndyke Road* 376      39.4      9.8      23.4      48%
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