Grade Reading

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Shikellamy School District - Academic Achievement - Chief Shikellamy Elementary School
6th Grade Reading 2011 - 48% on grade level (28% below basic) ... State - 68% of 6th graders on grade level. 6th Grade Math 2011 - 60%, (18% below basic) ...
Chartiers Valley School District - Academic Achievement - Intermediate School
5th Grade Reading 2010 - 64% on grade level, Boys 59%/Girls 63% (15% below basic) ... Pennsylvania, 64% of 5th graders are on grade level 2009 - 67%, Boys 63%/Girls 71% (15% below basic), State - 64% 2008 - 65% (14% below basic), State - 62% 2007 - 60% (18% below basic), State - 60 ... In Pennsylvania, 74% of 5th graders are on grade level ...
Susquenita School District - Academic Achievement - Middle School
... for Education Statistics, in 2010 the school had 572 pupils enrolled in grades 5th through 8th grades, with 178 pupils receiving a federal free or reduced price lunch due to family ... The school is especially lagging in reading for economically disadvantaged students and for special education students ... The middle school's combined 7th and 8th grades ranked 447th out of 829 Pennsylvania middle schools for student academic achievement in 2008–2009 ...
Upper Darby School District - Academic Achievement
... achieving schools for the number of students who are on grade level in reading and mathematics in 2011 ... achievement as demonstrated on the last three years of the PSSAs for reading, writing math and science ... The PSSAs are given to all children in grades 3rd through 8th and the 11th grade in high school ...
Dallastown Area Middle School - Academics
... Eight Grade Reading 2011 - 82% on grade level, 70% advanced ... In Pennsylvania, 81.8% of 8th graders on grade level ... 2009 – 91%, State – 80% 2008 – 89%, State – 78% 8th grade Math 2011 - 94% on grade level, 66% advanced ...

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