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Lamar County Elementary School
Lamar County
Grade Range: 03, 04, 05
Enrollment: 529  
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CRCT Math AMO = 59.5%
CRCT Reading/ELA AMO= 73.3%

3rd Grade - Georgia Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests (CRCT)
Percentage of Students at Each Performance Level: Comparison For All Students

3rd Grade - Georgia Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests (CRCT)
Percentage of Students at Each Performance Level: Comparison By Race/Ethnicity

3rd Grade - Georgia Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests (CRCT)
Percentage of Students at Each Performance Level: Comparison By Other Subgroups

*GOSA does not report on fewer than 10 students.

NOTE: Report Cards reflect test results for all students tested while Adequate Yearly Progress
reports reflect test results for students that fit the full-academic year definition.
 
Note: In the 2005-2006 year, the curriculum taught to Georgia K-12 students began to transition from the Quality Core Curriculum Standards(QCC) to the Georgia Performance Standards(GPS). As a result, the assessments that are given to students throughout the year transitioned also. It should be noted that results for tests based on QCC curriculum are not comparable to those results that are based on the GPS curriculum. The GPS implementation schedule for grades and subjects can be found here. Year 2 on the table denotes when the subject tests transitioned to the GPS curriculum. Test results before that transition year(QCC) cannot compare to test results in that year and the years after (GPS).

NOTE: Beginning with the 2005-2006 school year, some assessments and their scoring have changed as a result of the Georgia Performance Standards (GPS) implementation. For more information on the GPS, click here.and for more information on the state assessments, click here.
Learn more about disaggregated test results.


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