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Grades for local school districts a mix of good, bad |

Grades for local school districts a mix of good, bad |

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The report cards are in and most Kansas City-area schools showed good improvement on their Annual Performance Reports — though a few took a step backwards. The APR scores determine whether a school district retains accreditation. The good news: 97 percent of Missouri school districts scored high enough to remain fully accredited. The bad news: overall student test scores in English language, arts and math fell slightly. Final APR scores are not just based on student testing. They are also based on overall attendance, the graduation rate, and college and career readiness. A score of 70 and above means full accreditation. Above 50 means partial accreditation. Below that, the district can become unaccredited. Below are the scores of some of the local school districts. To look up your school’s scores, visit: Districts that showed improvement: Blue…

Lee's Summit's Scores Fall

2014 LEA Annual Performance Report (APR) - Final
LEA Summary Report
MSIP 5 LEE'S SUMMIT R-VII (048071) Back to MSIP 5 To Supporting Data

Annual Yearly Progress

Missouri Assessment Program Adequate Yearly Progress - Final School:District Overall District:LEE'S SUMMIT R-VII (048071)