MADISON, Wis. (WKBT) - More than 95 percent of Wisconsin's public school districts earned a three-star rating.
According to Tom McCarthy, DPI Communications Director, in the second year of report cards that use legislatively mandated growth and value-added calculations, 82 percent of Wisconsin's public and private school report cards had three or more stars, meaning the schools met or exceeded expectations for educating students.
On district level report cards, 44 districts earned five-star ratings, 190 had four stars, 166 earned three stars, and 20 had two stars.
To see how your school did, graphs of school and district report card ratings can be found online here.
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