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School-by-school CRCT Results Released

Springdale Park Elementary and Inman Middle students exceed standards

The Georgia Department of Education released the 2012 results of the Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests.

The CRCT, taken annually by students in the 3rd through 8th grades, is a gauge that shows if schools are meeting academic goals, and if not, where improvement is needed.

At , most students met or exceeded the reading and math standards across all grade levels. However, at neighboring schools, .

To find the full list of school results, go to the DOE's link here.

Overall, scores are trending upward statewide. The percentage of third-grade students who exceeded the standards in 2012 compared with 2011 increased by:

  • 7% in Reading
  • 3% in English/Language Arts
  • 3% in Math
  • 3% in Science
  • 4% in Social Studies

Here are the results from schools that serve Midtown:

Grade 3 Reading Grade 3 Math Grade 4 Reading Grade 4 Math Grade 5 Reading Grade 5 Math Centennial Place Elementary School 88.3% met or exeeded standards 64.2% met or exeeded standards 87.3% met or exeeded standards 72.1% met or exeeded standards 98.4% met or exeeded standards 85% met or exeeded standards Springdale Park Elementary School 100% met or exeeded standards 96.4% met or exeeded standards 96.4% met or exeeded standards 90.4 % met or exeeded standards 100% met or exeeded standards 96.8% met or exeeded standards Grade 6 Reading Grade 6 Math Grade 7 Reading Grade 7 Math Grade 8 Reading Grade 8 Math Inman Middle School 99.3% met or exeeded standards 94.7% met or exeeded standards 98.6% met or exeeded standards 94.9% met or exeeded standards 99.3% met or exeeded standards 88.3% met or exeeded standards

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