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Districts in Central Louisiana show an increase in performance score in the 2022 report

CENTRAL LOUISIANA, La. (CALF) – The Louisiana Department of Education released its annual performance assessments showing increases for districts in central Louisiana.

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on student learning and attendance, this is the first official release since 2019. The released results show that Louisiana’s statewide school performance is the same in both 2019 and 2022 at 77.1 as before the pandemic. Last year, a simulated score of 75.3 was achieved for 2021.

“The return of our statewide performance assessment to pre-pandemic levels is cause for gratitude, but we still have a long way to go for the children of Louisiana,” said Cade Brumley, Louisiana State Superintendent. “We must continue to act urgently to achieve even better results in the future – this is the challenge we must face.”

RAPID COMMUNITY:

For Rapides Parish, the district performance score in the 2022 report was 80.4(B) — an increase from the 78.3(B) recorded in the simulated score in 2021 and the official score in 2019.

Here are the specific school services for the community:

Results for schools in Rapides Parish (Louisiana Department of Education)

PARISH OF AVOYELLES:

For Avoyelles Parish, the 2022 report district performance score was 78.5 (B) — an increase from the 72.9 recorded in the simulated score in 2021 and the official score of 71.7 (C) in 2019.

Here are the specific school services for the community:

Results for schools in Avoyelles Parish (Louisiana Department of Education)

WARRANTY MUNICIPALITY:

For Grant Parish, the district performance score in the 2022 report was 85.1 (B) — an increase from the 80.5 recorded in the simulated score in 2021 and the official score of 79.2 (B) in 2019.

Here are the specific school services for the community:

Results for schools in Grant Parish (Louisiana Department of Education)

VERNON COMMUNITY:

For Vernon Parish, the district performance score in the 2022 report was 90.2(A) — an increase from the 88.2 recorded in the simulated score in 2021, but not the official score of 92.1(A) in 2019 .

Here are the specific school services for the community:

Results for schools in Vernon Parish (Louisiana Department of Education)

The performance assessments consider measures such as condition assessments, ACT scores, early school leaving data, and advanced school interest and opportunity measures.

This is the first time interests and opportunities are being used to measure schools in official school achievement metrics. This new indicator, originally approved by BESE in 2018 for implementation in 2019-20, measures whether schools are providing students with access to a comprehensive education that exposes them to a range of learning activities.

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