The number of schools that received a five-star rating in Maryland dropped last year, according to preliminary Maryland Report Card data shared at Tuesday’s State Board of Education meeting. The final results of the Maryland Report Card, the state’s school rating system, will be released next week. School ranking collected for the 2022-23 academic year resumed accounting for absenteeism, a factor that was left out last year due to chronic absenteeism related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Maryland Report Card: Number of 5-star schools drops, preliminary data shows
December 7, 2023