How did Franklin schools do?

About 84% of Wisconsin public schools met or exceeded state expectations for the 2021-22 school year, according to report cards the state Department of Public Instruction produced for most schools. 

That’s down from about 87% the prior year. 

A school’s score is a combination of achievement on standardized tests in recent years, growth in performance on those tests over time, attendance and graduation, and the performance of students with the most challenges each school.

Franklin schools:

Ben Franklin Elementary: Exceeds Expectations
Score Change from 2020-2021: 81.6 to 77.1

Country Dale Elementary: Significantly Exceeds Expectations
Score Change from 2020-2021: 83.1 to 83.1

Forest Park Middle School: Exceeds Expectations
Score Change from 2020-2021: 73.4 to 69.9

Franklin High: Significantly Exceeds Expectations
Score Change from 2020-2021: 78.7 to 83.6

Pleasant View Elementary: Significantly Exceeds Expectations
Score Change from 2020-2021: 86.7 to  84.4

Robinwood Elementary: Exceeds Expectations
Score Change from 2020-2021: 83.9 to 82.1

Southwood Glen Elementary: Significantly Exceeds Expectations
Score Change from 2020-2021: 91.6 to 86.5

Here are more details from the DPI.

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