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Next Generation MCAS Tests 2021
Percent of Students at Each Achievement Level for Learning First Charter Public School (District)

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GRADE 03 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS215109214161391810 7196 487.0N/AN/A
GRADE 03 - MATHEMATICS3330532832406526 6892 465.0N/AN/A
GRADE 04 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS254906254352382313 7397 484.4N/AN/A
GRADE 04 - MATHEMATICS7330472929436424 7397 466.3N/AN/A
GRADE 05 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS234708233954412312 7999 482.4 35.8 79
GRADE 05 - MATHEMATICS4330442949474720 7999 472.1 29.1 79
GRADE 05 - SCIENCE144207143657392919 7999 480.3N/AN/A
GRADE 06 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS3447712273534313222 7399 488.1 44.7 68
GRADE 06 - MATHEMATICS193305192944443723 7399 481.7 35.1 68
GRADE 07 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS224316213744373420 6899 482.3 30.5 65
GRADE 07 - MATHEMATICS163506162960472418 6899 481.6 41.0 65
GRADE 08 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS244136213449412718 6793 487.9 35.5 65
GRADE 08 - MATHEMATICS203224182855462621 6692 483.2 40.2 64
GRADE 08 - SCIENCE184108183353432916 5193 484.8N/AN/A
GRADES 03 - 08 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS254628233849382616 43197 485.3 36.7 277
GRADES 03 - 08 - MATHEMATICS113305112945454422 42796 474.8 36.0 276
GRADES 05 & 08 - SCIENCE154207153455412917 13096 482.1N/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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