San Francisco outperforms state’s other large urban school districts

San Francisco outperforms state’s other large urban school districts

English-Language Arts, 2003-06

Percentage of students scoring at and above proficient* Change in percentage

School District 2003 2004 2005 2006 2005-06 2003-06

Los Angeles Unified 23 24 27 30 3 7

Sacramento City Unified 31 31 36 38 2 7

San Bernardino City Unified 20 20 22 24 2 4

San Diego City Unified 36 37 42 44 2 8

San Francisco Unified 39 40 45 48 3 9

State results 35 35 40 42 2 7

Mathematics, 2003-2006

Percentage of students scoring at and above proficient* Change in percentage

School District 2003 2004 2005 2006 2005-06 2003-06

Los Angeles Unified 26 26 29 31 2 5

Sacramento City Unified 32 31 35 39 4 7

San Bernardino City Unified 22 20 22 25 3 3

San Diego City Unified 29 31 37 39 2 10

San Francisco Unified 40 40 46 48 2 8

State results 35 34 38 40 2 5

SFUSD’s best and most improved

Schools that had the highest percentages of students proficient or above in both English and math, according to scores on the state’s annual standardized tests:

Alamo Elementary School

West Portal Elementary School

Ulloa Elementary School

Hoover Middle School

Presidio Middle School

A.P. Giannini Middle School

Alice Fong Yu K-8 School

Claire Lilienthal K-8 School

Lawton K-8 School

Lowell High School

Galileo High School

Schools that made the highest growth of students moving up to proficient or above in both English and math, according to scores on the state’s annual standardized tests:

Bret Harte Elementary School

Drew Elementary School

James Lick Middle School

Gloria Davis Middle School

Bessie Carmichael K-8 School

Alice Fong Yu K-8 School

Galileo High School

Source: San Francisco Unified School District

Source: California Department of EducationBay Area NewsLocal

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