Bryant Elementary School, one of six Mission District schools the state has designated as struggling and low-performing, fared well in the latest standardized test scores, according to results released today.
The percentage of second-graders who scored proficient or better in math rose to 58 percent, compared to 36 percent in 2009. In the fifth grade, 38 percent of students were proficient or better in 2010, compared to 15 percent in 2009.
Bryant fourth-graders also showed a big improvement in language arts, with 43 percent scoring proficient or better, compared to 18 percent in 2009.
Across the state, 52 percent of students scored proficient or better in English and 48 percent in math. In San Francisco, 65 percent of students were proficient or better in math and 56 percent in English.
In the Mission District, only some classes at George Moscone, Marshall, and Buena Vista elementary schools reported scores close to or above the city average.
Mission Loc@l prepared the following charts for parents and other readers to compare their schools’ scores over the last three years.