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Pleasant Plains Middle School post test results

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By Local Labs News Service | Jul 22, 2017

Test 09

Pleasant Plains Middle School's 2016 standardized test scores decreased compared to scores from 2015, according to a report recently released by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE).

The ISBE said 31.1 percent of Pleasant Plains Middle School students taking the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) exam in 2016 passed, in comparison to the 38.8 percent passage rate in 2015.

Meanwhile, the school posted an average spending rate of $10,038 per pupil, below the state's average of $12,821.

The PARCC test is a state-mandated exam used to assess the school and student performance in several states nationwide.

The following table lists passage rates of area middle schools.

School
Passage Rate
Benjamin Franklin Middle School
36.8%
Rochester Junior High School
36.5%
Williamsville Junior High School
36.2%
Sangamon Valley Middle School
33.3%
Pleasant Plains Middle School
31.1%
Glenwood Middle School
27.8%
New Berlin Junior High School
27.2%
Auburn Junior High At Divernon
24.9%
Riverton Middle School
21.4%
Tri-City Junior High School
18.6%
U. S. Grant Middle School
11.9%
Washington Middle School
8.3%

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Organizations in this Story

Illinois State Board of EducationGlenwood Middle SchoolBenjamin Franklin Middle SchoolNew Berlin Junior High SchoolRochester Junior High SchoolWashington Middle SchoolPleasant Plains Middle SchoolRiverton Middle SchoolSangamon Valley Middle SchoolRiverton Middle School

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