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District Met
goal
Proficient
in math
% proficient Proficient
in reading
% proficient
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State Summary (all students) 256,059 61 242,736 58
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State Summary (public) 245,818 62 232,802 58
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Edina   3,679 82 3,663 81
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Minnetonka   3,975 81 3,953 80
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Westonka   902 80 909 80
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Wayzata   4,643 82 4,450 78
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Mahtomedi   1,458 82 1,352 77
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Orono   1,060 72 1,115 76
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St. Anthony-New Brighton   675 76 692 76
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Delano   1,003 81 905 74
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Lakeville   4,362 76 4,193 73
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Eden Prairie   3,342 71 3,450 72
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Waconia   1,457 78 1,326 72
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Valley Crossing Community   289 81 254 71
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Eastern Carver County   3,426 71 3,486 71
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New Prague Area Schools   1,583 79 1,429 71
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Stillwater   3,113 73 3,002 70
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Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools   3,030 77 2,696 70
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Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan   9,328 69 9,131 68
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Mounds View   3,549 69 3,471 68
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South Washington   6,596 74 5,975 67
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Monticello   1,424 72 1,333 66
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St. Michael-Albertville   2,208 75 1,944 65
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Becker   1,077 72 986 65
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North Branch   1,063 64 1,087 65
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Chisago Lakes   1,308 75 1,156 65
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Centennial   2,491 74 2,154 64
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Maple Lake   327 71 323 64
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Annandale   672 77 541 64
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Jordan   590 68 567 64
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White Bear Lake   2,721 68 2,549 64
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Hopkins   2,206 62 2,255 63
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St. Louis Park   1,308 60 1,409 63
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Watertown-Mayer   573 71 517 63
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Elk River   4,600 69 4,124 62
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Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose   2,046 68 1,884 62
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Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted   356 70 319 61
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Central   322 66 272 61
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Shakopee   2,611 67 2,350 61
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Anoka-Hennepin   12,593 65 11,624 61
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Farmington   2,458 70 2,122 60
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Bloomington   3,227 62 3,146 60
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Hastings   1,545 65 1,415 60
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West Metro Education District   294 44 433 60
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Braham   292 69 253 60
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Cambridge-Isanti   1,644 65 1,511 59
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St. Francis   1,668 66 1,501 59
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Rockford   499 61 492 58
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Randolph   187 64 175 58
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Forest Lake   2,265 66 2,010 57
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Roseville   1,985 57 1,966 57
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W. St. Paul-Mendota Hts.-Eagan   1,307 54 1,388 57
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Inver Grove Heights Schools   1,194 62 1,085 56
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Osseo   5,912 58 5,740 56
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Belle Plaine   493 60 443 54
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Big Lake   1,045 61 943 54
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Burnsville   2,595 55 2,516 53
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Spring Lake Park   1,487 56 1,410 53
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South St. Paul   907 55 853 52
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North St. Paul-Maplewood   3,180 62 2,634 51
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Rush City   244 53 239 51
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Robbinsdale   2,754 46 2,951 50
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East Metro Integration District   195 44 228 48
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Fridley   836 58 678 46
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Oak Land Vocational   1 4 13 42
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Minneapolis   6,902 43 6,707 42
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Richfield   866 43 777 39
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St. Paul   7,563 44 6,471 37
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Columbia Heights   623 43 521 36
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Brooklyn Center   383 38 356 35
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Carver-Scott Educ. Coop.   5 10 7 32
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Minnesota River Valley Special. Educ. Coop   1 3 8 20
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Meeker & Wright Special Educ.   2 8 5 17
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Intermediate School District 287   10 4 29 17
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Wright Technical   2 4 3 16
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N.E. Metro Intermediate Dist. 916   4 3 21 15
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Intermediate School District 917   6 6 9 14
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Rum River Special Ed. Coop.     -     -   4 11
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Metro Learning Alliance     -     -     -     -  

About the tests
Minnesota students in third through eighth grade take the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments (MCAs) in reading and math. In addition 10th-graders take a reading test and 11th-graders take a math test. Students need not make a certain score to go on to the next grade.

Private schools can choose whether to test their students. They are not required to report scores and demographic data.

Low-income: Percent of test-takers eligible for free or reduced lunch program.

Mobile: Test-takers new to the school since Oct. 1 of the school year.