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Next Generation MCAS Tests 2021
Percent of Students at Each Achievement Level for Bridge Boston Charter School (District)

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GRADE 03 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS29513926416839310 3178 492.4N/AN/A
GRADE 03 - MATHEMATICS273365212842403026 3383 484.9N/AN/A
GRADE 04 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS42490642435238613 3383 492.1N/AN/A
GRADE 04 - MATHEMATICS133304132944434424 3280 472.0N/AN/A
GRADE 05 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS304738273950412012 3086 490.4 31.8 30
GRADE 05 - MATHEMATICS133304132970471720 3086 482.0 33.5 30
GRADE 05 - SCIENCE194207193661391919 3189 483.5N/AN/A
GRADE 06 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS2547512203535314022 2067 479.7 19.1 20
GRADE 06 - MATHEMATICS10335552950444023 2067 476.9 16.4 20
GRADE 07 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS244306243748372820 2593 486.3 34.6 25
GRADE 07 - MATHEMATICS213546172958472118 2489 484.7 43.4 24
GRADE 08 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS114106113453413718 1995 472.6N/A 19
GRADE 08 - MATHEMATICS0320402822467821 1890 462.1N/A 18
GRADE 08 - SCIENCE6410863339435616 1890 472.3N/AN/A
GRADES 03 - 08 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS284628273852382016 15882 487.0 26.5 94
GRADES 03 - 08 - MATHEMATICS153335132949453622 15782 478.0 28.5 92
GRADES 05 & 08 - SCIENCE144207143453413317 4989 479.4N/AN/A

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NOTE: Grade 10 results for spring 2021 STE are not provided because students in the class of 2023 were not required to take the STE test. Information about CD requirements is available at https://www.doe.mass.edu/mcas/graduation.html.

SGP for Grade 4 is not available in 2021, since MCAS was not administered in 2020 due to the cancellation of state assessments and school closures related to COVID-19.

Participation rates varied across schools, districts, and student groups in 2021 more than in prior years. If the participation rate in 2021 was lower than in prior years, results may have been different if more students had taken the test.

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