Only About 33% of Framingham Students Meet Science MCAS Standard

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FRAMINGHAM – The Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education released MCAS data today, September 21.

The numbers show that the Framingham Public Schools are struggling when it comes to meeting the standard for science.

Students in grades 5 and 8 took the MCAS exam in 2021. They did not take the science MCAS exams in 2020, due to the pandemic.

In grade 8, 31% of students met or exceeded the science expectation, which was down 3% from 2019 MCAS scores.

In grade 5, 33% of students met or exceeded the science expectation, which was down just 1% from 2019.

This is a developing report & SOURCE will update later.

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