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State's public schools get report card; 20 get an 'F'

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — Here’s how the 151 Mississippi public school districts in 2013 were rated under the state’s A-to-F grading system for their 2013 performance, along with how they were rated in 2012.

Not rated in 2012 were the Clarksdale, Corinth and Gulfport districts, which used non-standard curricula as part of a state-sponsored effort. Sunflower and Drew were separate districts in 2012 but merged for 2013.

 

Amory, B

Biloxi, B

Booneville, B

Clinton, A

Corinth, unrated

DeSoto County, B

Enterprise, A

Kosciusko, B

Lamar County, B

Long Beach, B

Madison County, B

Ocean Springs, B

Oxford, B

Pass Christian, A

Petal, B

Pontotoc City, B

Rankin County, B

Union city, B

Webster County, B

Alcorn County, B

Bay St. Louis-Waveland, B

Calhoun County, C

Choctaw County, B

Columbia, C

Forrest Agricultural, B

Forrest County, C

Franklin County, C

George County, B

Grenada, B

Hancock County, B

Harrison County, B

Itawamba County, B

Jackson County, B

Jones County, B

Lafayette Co., B

Lauderdale Co., B

Lincoln County, B

Lowndes County, B

Monroe County, B

Neshoba County, C

New Albany, B

Newton County, B

North Pike, D

North Tippah, D

Pascagoula, B

Pearl, B

Pearl River County, C

Pontotoc County, B

Poplarville, B

Prentiss County, B

Scott County, B

Senatobia, B

Smith County, C

South Tippah, B

Stone County, B

Tate County, C

Tishomingo County, B

Tupelo, B

Union County, B

West Jasper, C

Winona, C

Attala County, D

Baldwyn, D

Benoit, D

Benton County, C

Clay County, B

Cleveland, D

Coffeeville, F

Covington County, C

East Tallahatchie, D

Forest city, F

Greene County, C

Hattiesburg, C

Hinds County, C

Hollandale, C

Holly Springs, C

Houston, D

Jefferson Davis County, C

Kemper County, D

Laurel, C

Lawrence Co., D

Lee County, C

Leland, F

Louisville, D

Marion County, C

Marshall County, D

Mound Bayou, C

Oktibbeha Co., D

Perry County, D

Philadelphia, D

Picayune, C

Quitman city, C

Quitman County, D

South Panola, C

Starkville, C

Walthall Co., F

Wayne County, D

Yazoo County, D

Aberdeen, F

Amite County, D

Brookhaven, D

Canton, F

Carroll County, C

Chickasaw County, D

Claiborne County, F

Clarksdale, unrated

Columbus, D

Copiah County, C

Durant, F

East Jasper, C

Greenville, D

Greenwood, C

Hazlehurst, D

Humphreys County, F

Jackson city, D

Leake County, D

Lumberton, C

McComb, C

Meridian, C

Montgomery Co., C

Moss Point, D

Nettleton, C

Newton City, D

North Panola, D

Okolona, F

Richton, C

Simpson County, C

South Delta, B

South Pike, C

Sunflower-Drew, former Sunflower County was rated C, former Drew was rated F

Vicksburg-Warren, C

Water Valley, D

West Point, D

West Tallahatchie, D

Western Line, C

Coahoma Agricultural, F

Coahoma County, F

Hinds AHS, F

Holmes County, D

Indianola, D

Jefferson Co., F

Leflore County, F

Natchez-Adams, F

North Bolivar, D

Noxubee County, F

Shaw, D

Tunica County, D

West Bolivar, F

Wilkinson County, D

Yazoo City, F

 

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  1. I am doing a research dtudy on the Tunica County Schools District and the conservatorship process. I am reaching out to you to ask where did you locate your data. I am having a difficult time locating historical academic achievement data for this school district.

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