The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education on Monday released Missouri Assessment Program test scores showing how the 528 districts and 39 charter schools across the state performed in four key academic areas. Kansas City Public Schools’ standardized test scores show the district trailing the state average in math, English and science, but administrators say they are not worried because they see progress and improvement in their future.
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education on Monday released Missouri Assessment Program test scores showing how the 528 districts and 39 charter schools across the state performed in four key academic areas. Kansas City Public Schools’ standardized test scores show the district trailing the state average in math, English and science, but administrators say they are not worried because they see progress and improvement in their future. File photo illustration AP
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education on Monday released Missouri Assessment Program test scores showing how the 528 districts and 39 charter schools across the state performed in four key academic areas. Kansas City Public Schools’ standardized test scores show the district trailing the state average in math, English and science, but administrators say they are not worried because they see progress and improvement in their future. File photo illustration AP

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