Friday, November 14, 2014

Pennsylvania School Performance Profile Scores

Just after the Nov. 4 election, the Pennsylvania Department of Education released this year's round of School Performance Profiles, the new school rating system that replaces the Annual Yearly Progress system under the federal No Child Left Behind Law.

Our sister newspaper, the York Daily Record, has created a searchable database to allow you to look up the score of any school in the state.

Click the "view data in fullscreen" link below and just start typing in the name of the county, school, or school district and the data should appear.


View data in fullscreen


If you would like more information about a school or set of schools than just the score, you can do so on the Pennsylvania Department of Education's web site devoted to the School Performance Profiles, accessible by clicking here.

There, you will find detailed break-downs of everything that goes into a school's score, including PSSA results, demographic information, attendance rates and more.