Enrollment in public middle schools often determines the quality and depth of the academic program because of funding per student provided by the Department of Education. Light middle-grade enrollment in the District’s pre school through eighth grade consolidated schools affects their ability to create a rich academic experience. Below is a look at how middle schools in the District compare in math and reading proficiency. Read related article.

Source: District of Columbia Public Schools | The Washington Post September 25, 2011
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