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– Results from the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) test are now available. Students in the Los Alamos Public Schools demonstrated promising results. PARCC is one of the statewide standardized tests required by the New Mexico Secretary of Education. The purpose of PARCC is to evaluate student achievement in mathematics and English Language Arts (ELA). This set of assessments is administered each spring to all students in grades 3-11. While this assessment yields valuable data, it is important to remember that it is one data point among many. The PARCC results are split into five levels, with levels 4 and 5 being considered proficient and above. In the summary of the results below, we compare the percent of proficient and above students to the previous year’s results. Overall, more grade levels saw increases in proficiency than decreases. Los Alamos Middle School had the most significant increase; LAMS not only increased the number of students who scored in the 4 and 5 levels, they also decreased the number of students scoring 1 and 2. The Math proficiency rate increased by 9% and ELA increased by 7%.

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