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  • At Woodland Elementary, a 34.7-point achievement gap persisted between white and hispanic students in 2017, according to end-of-year assessments reported in the latest Illinois schools report card.2%

  • At Frederick School, a 24.1-point achievement gap persisted between white and black students in 2017, according to end-of-year assessments reported in the latest Illinois schools report card.1%25.1%

  • At Frederick School, a 25.6-point achievement gap persisted between white and hispanic students in 2017, according to end-of-year assessments reported in the latest Illinois schools report card.6%26

  • At Tripp School, a 22.8-point achievement gap persisted between white and hispanic students in 2017, according to end-of-year assessments reported in the latest Illinois schools report card.8%21.9%28

  • At Central School, a 14.0-point achievement gap persisted between white and hispanic students in 2017, according to end-of-year assessments reported in the latest Illinois schools report card.0%17.6%

  • At Woodland Elementary, a 32.8-point achievement gap persisted between white and black students in 2017, according to end-of-year assessments reported in the latest Illinois schools report card.8%31

  • At Big Hollow Middle School, a 13.9-point achievement gap persisted between white and black students in 2017, according to end-of-year assessments reported in the latest Illinois schools report card

  • At Fremont Junior High/Middle School, a 13. The achievement gap shows an 21.9-point decline in scores between white and black students. Of the 711 students enrolled in 2017, 71. Meanwhile, 36.6%4.0%

  • At Zion Central Middle School, a 20. The achievement gap shows an 12.6-point decline in scores between white and black students. Of the 568 students enrolled in 2017, 5. Meanwhile, 8.There is a 28.9%

  • At Antioch Upper Grade School, a 19. The achievement gap shows an 4.8-point decline in scores between white and black students. Of the 1023 students enrolled in 2017, 79. Meanwhile, 12.There is a 20

  • At Robert Crown School, a 20.9-point achievement gap persisted between white and hispanic students in 2017, according to end-of-year assessments reported in the latest Illinois schools report card.1%

  • At Beach Park Middle School, a 11. The achievement gap shows an 4.3-point decline in scores between white and hispanic students. Of the 805 students enrolled in 2017, 21. Meanwhile, 9.There is a 13

  • At Hawthorn Middle School South, a 36. The achievement gap shows an 3.3-point improvement in scores between white and hispanic students. Of the 725 students enrolled in 2017, 52. Meanwhile, 18.9%33

  • At Fremont Intermediate School, a 16. The achievement gap shows an 2.8-point improvement in scores between white and hispanic students. Of the 714 students enrolled in 2017, 69. Meanwhile, 29.5%17.2%

  • At B. J. Hooper Elementary School, a 8. The achievement gap shows an 7.9-point decline in scores between white and hispanic students. Of the 664 students enrolled in 2017, 72.According to B. J.B. J

  • At Neal Math Science Academy, a 8. The achievement gap shows an 3.6-point improvement in scores between white and hispanic students. Of the 609 students enrolled in 2017, 2. Meanwhile, 10.9%4.9%9.3%7

  • At Stevenson Elementary School, a 22. The achievement gap shows an 19.4-point improvement in scores between white and black students. Of the 1261 students enrolled in 2017, 3. Meanwhile, 18.9%27.7%28

  • At Attea Middle School, a 26.9-point achievement gap persisted between white and black students in 2017, according to end-of-year assessments reported in the latest Illinois schools report card.9%24

  • At Thomas Jefferson Middle School, a 48. The achievement gap shows an 13.3-point improvement in scores between white and hispanic students. Of the 825 students enrolled in 2017, 2. Meanwhile, 17.2%46

  • At Oak Grove Elementary School, a 23. The achievement gap shows an 0.1-point decline in scores between white and hispanic students. Of the 880 students enrolled in 2017, 66. Meanwhile, 44.0%23.5%21