In a year like no other, New Jersey’s public schools have been issued a state report card like no other.
The state Department of Education on Wednesday released its annual School Performance Reports, but without many of the student performance measures of the past due to the suspension of student testing because of the pandemic.
Nonetheless, the reports do include a host of other data, including the all-important high school graduation rates that by and large showed only slight shifts in the past year, despite the pandemic. Overall, more than 90% of students graduated within four years, a slight increase from the year before.
Follow this link to check your district’s numbers.
For the full performance report, visit the state Department of Education’s website.
— John Mooney contributed to this story.