The Tennessee Department of Education released school-level standardized test scores Tuesday, revealing how individual schools around the state fared on the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program in the 2013-14 school year.
Chalkbeat created a database to allow you to search through the scores.
Here’s how to use the database:
- You must search first by district
- You need not click an item in each box to complete a search. Clicking on Shelby County and selecting Arlington High School, for example, will bring up results for all grades and subjects for the school.
- To rank search results, click on a column heading. For example, if you’re looking at several schools and want to easily see which had the highest proficiency rate in 2014, click on the column heading “% Proficient and Advanced” Click once and it sorts lowest to highest – click twice to see highest to lowest.
- You can filter the results by school name, subject and grade level.
Here are additional links to view Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program scores: