Vermont Late in Releasing Data…

Vermont Late in Releasing Data…

July 28, 2019

“In October of 2018, the Vermont Agency of Education released statewide, top-line test scores from that spring’s math and English testing. But school-by-school results, they said, would need to wait until December,” reports Lola Duffort. “Nine months later, they still aren’t out.” At the beginning of this year, state officials said “complications from the rollout of a new data collection system had delayed the release of the scores” and later said “the scores would be released alongside the Annual Snapshot, a new report card for schools developed by the state to comply with the federal Every Student Succeeds Act.” And while the Snapshot, which came out in June, did include academic performance data, the “actual results” weren’t included.