2017 MAP scores show improvement or stability for most metro school districts

KSHBPublished: November 15, 2017
Published: November 15, 2017

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education released the 2017 Missouri Assessment Program scores Wednesday, and most Kansas City area school districts improved or maintained their 2016 scores. Kansas City Public Schools did worse than last year, scoring 63.9 percent. That’s low enough to land the district in the state’s provisional accreditation category. In 2016, KCPS scored 70 percent, which is the minimum score for the full accreditation level. In order to receive full accreditation, the district must have two consecutive years of a score between 70 and 100 percent.

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