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Find your school’s 2017 PARCC growth results

Natalia Lima Avalos, 8, left and Esperanza Gipson, 8, listen closely during their fourth grade writing class at James Irwin Charter Elementary school in Colorado Springs. (Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post)
Natalia Lima Avalos, 8, left and Esperanza Gipson, 8, listen closely during their fourth grade writing class at James Irwin Charter Elementary school in Colorado Springs. (Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post)
Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post

Use Chalkbeat’s database to search for your school’s individual student growth percentile in math and English. Student growth measures how much groups of students learn during a year compared to students who scored similarly to them on previous state tests. The state’s average is also 50, which represents about a year’s worth of learning. The higher the score, the more and faster students are learning. The column “EMH level” refers to whether it’s an elementary, middle or high school. For more information about the state’s latest test scores, read our report here.

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