Georgia’s school report card for the 2016-17 school year shows modest gains.
"These results point to the continued improvement taking place within Georgia's public schools," State School Superintendent Richard Woods said.
But the results for some schools should be read with caution due to changes in the index.
The report card is used to evaluate schools and their performance, and over time could result in loss of jobs or restructuring of management at the lowest-performing schools under a new state law.
See how your school district in metro Atlanta performed:
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