From this site, you will be able to view school, local education agency, and DC level information on assessment performance on the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) and Multi-State Alternate Assessment (MSAA). In the future, it will also include results from the DC Next Generation Science Standards Assessments. Many of the graphs and reports on this page allow users to select options to look at data in different ways. Explore options in the data settings and drop down menus on this page.
You are viewing assessment results from full academic year students who took the traditional statewide assessments, PARCC and DC Science. The PARCC performance level is set to Levels 4+. You can change this in the data settings.
Percent of students who met or exceeded expectations for grade-level learning standards in DC in the 2015-16 school year.
This chart displays the percentages of students in each performance level in 2015 and 2016. Each vertical bar represents all students from a given year, and within each vertical bar, each color represents the percentage of students at a specific performance level. Results shown above the 0% line represent students scoring at levels 4 and 5 which indicate being on track for the next grade level and to leave high school college and career ready.
Percent of students who met or exceeded expectations for grade-level learning standards in DC in the 2015-16 school year. Read more about what 'Grade Level & Assessment' means.
The charts below detail how well students in the District of Columbia performed on the selected assessment.
25% of students in the District of Columbia who took the Grade 3 test met or exceeded expectations.
This list details the percent of students at a particular school or local education agency (LEA) who met or exceeded expectations for grade-level learning standards in the 2015-16 school year, according to selections made in the data settings at the top of the page. Make a selection from the list to see a more detailed report.