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School scores posted; early childhood programs profiled

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BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Louisiana education officials say performance scores for the state's public schools have remained steady for the third year in a row - with 20 percent earning an "A'' in the state grading system.
Twenty-seven percent of schools earned a "B'' and another 27 percent a "C'' in the latest breakdown; 18 percent got a "D'' and 8 percent an "F."
The state released scores and letter grades for individual schools and school districts on Tuesday. It also launched a new online reporting system to help families examine individual schools - the Louisiana School Finder.
Also Tuesday, officials released, for the first time, performance data on all publicly funded early childhood education programs in the state. Officials said an increasing number of those programs are adopting high-quality curricula.


Lafayette Parish:

Lafayette saw a slight dip of 2.5 points, posting a District Performance Score (DPS) of 93.8. Lafayette Parish is currently ranked 27th in the state District Performance Score ranking. Last year, Lafayette Parish was ranked 19th.  Lafayette Parish maintained their score of a "B" rating.

St. Landry Parish:

Seventy percent, or 23 out of 33, of SLP Schools, have a 2017 SPS score of 'A', 'B', or 'C', which is up by 3% from the 2016 report. The district is excited to announce three 'A' rated schools- East Elementary, Palmetto Elementary, and MACA.

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