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File photo of HOPE Online student studying at an Aurora learning center.

File photo of HOPE Online student studying at an Aurora learning center.

Find your Colorado school’s 2016 PARCC English and math results

On Thursday, the Colorado Department of Education released school and district-level results from this spring’s math and English standardized exams.

While the results were mixed in most cases, Denver and Aurora — two school districts that serve a large number of poor students — showed some of the strongest gains among the state’s largest school districts.

You can read our full report here.

You can also find your school’s results using our database.

The green bar represents the number of students who scored at or above the state’s benchmark for college or career readiness. The yellow column represents the number of students who took the test. State officials caution that the results at schools with low participation rates should be viewed with caution.

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