Each year, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE), generates an Annual Performance Report for each local education agency (LEA) and building.  The APR is one tool used by DESE to review performance and continuous improvement measures and to help inform classification decisions made by the State Board of Education.  Where appropriate, data have been suppressed to protect small student populations.  Suppression is indicated by an asterisk.

The Performance score measures concrete, quantifiable measures of educational achievement, growth, and career-readiness at various points along the K-12 spectrum.  Performance metrics hold LEAs accountable for whether students consistently attain positive educational outcomes and measures whether the students of a particular LEA or school are gaining the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in the next step of their education, including post-graduation.


Click below for the APR for Naylor R-2: