TUCSON, Ariz. — Tucson Unified School District announced Friday some schools showed significant improvement on AzMERIT scores this year.
There are 10 schools whose scores jumped 5% or more in both math and english language arts. There are also eight schools that showed a 10% or more growth in math and six schools that showed a 10% growth in English language arts.
Compared to the state level, TUSD has about a 10% gap from the state average in third, fourth and fifth grades, with about a 15% gap in sixth, seventh and eighth grades.
This is the first year that TUSD high school students didn't take the test.
Here's the full breakdown of school scores: