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Marion - 2022 District Assistance Level - Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most districts and schools did not receive an accountability determination in 2022
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2022 Next Gen MCAS
2022 Enrollment% Meeting or Exceeding ExpectationsGrowth average SGP
Grades 3-8Grade 10Grades 5 and 8Grades 3-8Grade 10
District NameTotal Enrollment #Low Income %SWD %ELL %ELAMathELAMathScienceELAMathELAMath
Brimfield* 26931.215.21.160%55%62%6463
Conway* 14531.013.80.057%39%62%5337
Halifax* 56426.118.60.758%49%68%5948
Hancock* 5735.121.10.033%19%4454
Leverett* 14427.813.90.029%20%57%3339
Marion* 40629.120.10.250%53%59%5760
New Salem-Wendell* 13044.622.30.031%34%29%4839
Petersham* 11338.920.20.934%16%50%6343
Rochester* 51623.618.00.641%47%70%4949
Shutesbury* 11530.422.61.765%45%71%6875
Westhampton* 10330.123.30.057%66%75%6163
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