NEW ORLEANS – The Louisiana Department of Education released statewide progress data results and for the second year in a row NOLA Public schools are outperforming statewide averages for growth, specifically across all four sub-groups reported by the state. The announcement comes after the LDOE released their annual statewide progress data.
“Our school system is making meaningful progress towards all of our students mastering essential skills in English Language Arts and Math. We should all be very proud of the progress being made and that we continue to outperform the state and our peer districts on the number of students making top growth, year over year.” said NOLA-PS Superintendent of Schools Dr. Henderson Lewis, Jr. “I want to thank our local educators for their hard work and commitment to moving all of our students ahead, especially those that have historically been underserved across our state.”
The 2019 student progress results bring additional context to the 2019 LEAP 2025 assessment results and show as a district, that:
- For the second year in a row, NOLA public school students met or exceeded the both the state and other large school districts’ top growth rate in math and English Language Arts (ELA).