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School Met
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Proficient
in math
% proficient Proficient
in reading
% proficient Overall rating Achievement gap rating MMR designation Title I school SIG school
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State Summary (all students) 258,925 61 249,450 59
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State Summary (public) 247,859 62 238,685 60
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Intermediate School District 287 (all schools)   2 1 34 21
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277 Westonka Area Learning Academy     -     -   3 33   -     -  
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Brooklyn Center Academy     -     -   1 20   -     -  
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Communication Interaction Program   1 3 11 34   -     -  
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Ebd-Secondary-Explore     -     -     -     -     -     -  
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Epsilon     -     -   5 22   -     -  
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Headway Academy   3 19 7 58   -     -  
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Hennepin Gateway To College     -     -     -     -     -     -  
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Invest High School     -     -   4 24   -     -  
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NECA-North Education Ctr Alternative     -     -   2 8   -     -  
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Omegon     -     -     -     -     -     -  
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Options Mid./Elem     -     -   3 9   -     -  
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Prairie Care Edina - PHP   6 35 7 35   -     -  
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Prairie Care Hospital Day Program   1 6 5 33   -     -  
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Prairie Care Resident Care-IHP   1 14 5 45   -     -  
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SAFE     -     -   1 50   -     -  
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South Vista ALC     -     -   2 17   -     -  
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Strive Secondary     -     -     -     -     -     -  
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Venture     -     -   2 67   -     -  
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West Academy     -     -     -     -     -     -  
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West Education Center Alternative   1 10 2 50   -     -  
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West High     -     -     -     -     -     -  

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.