2013 CRCT results, district-by-district

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Georgia released state- and district-level results for the 2013 Criterion-Referenced Competency Test, a standardized test given annually to students in grades 3-8. The test covers five subject areas – reading, English/language arts, math, science and social studies. In each subject and in each grade, the state established a threshold – called a “cut score” – that determines whether a student met the state’s standard. The percentages shown indicate whether students in a school or district met or exceeded the state standard in various subject areas in for grades 3-8.

Results for individual schools won’t be made available for a few weeks. Use the drop-down menu to choose a specific district, or the state as a whole. You can also view by grade level.