Oregon releases report cards for 1,236 schools

There is no overall rating this year

Students in a Portland school (file)
Students in a Portland school (file)

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The state has released report cards for Oregon’s 1,236 schools and 197 school districts.

Schools did not receive an overall rating Thursday due to the switch to new statewide assessments in English and math. But the cards give parents important information about schools’ success at getting students to reach Common Core standards.

A Portland-area analysis by The Oregonian newspaper found Clackamas, Gresham and Oregon City high schools to be among those producing exceptional growth.

Oregon schools chief Salam Noor says learning is about more than a single test score, and the reports help paint a complete picture about the work schools are doing.

School and district report cards have been released annually since 2000.

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