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Find your 2017 Colorado school quality rating here

Students at Edgewater Elementary School in Jefferson County work on iPads during class.
Students at Edgewater Elementary School in Jefferson County work on iPads during class.

The Colorado State Board of Education on Wednesday approved the latest round of school quality ratings. The ratings, based largely on test scores, help the education department identify schools that need help boosting student learning.

You can read our story here.

Here’s a breakdown on this year’s ratings from highest rating to lowest rating:

  • Performance, 1,205 schools (69.7 percent)
  • Improvement, 318 schools (18.3 percent)
  • Priority Improvement, 120 schools (7 percent)
  • Turnaround, 39 schools (2.3 percent)

Another 46 schools received no rating because of insufficient testing data either because their student population is too small or because too many students opted-out of the state’s English and math tests.

Note: If the final column is blank, the school is not on the accountability clock.

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