For the third year, Missouri is using a system for rating schools districts that offers deeper scrutiny of performance with a 100-percentage point scale for rating school districts. The Post-Dispatch has made it easier to comb though that data — including the latest standardized exams — with a number of interactive tools. We've also teamed up with the City Parents League of St. Louis to offer an even deeper look at schools in the city of St. Louis —including traditional, charter and magnet schools.
Compare performance for every public school in the state.
See performance for every school district on 2015 exams that are now aligned with the Common Core.
Zero in on performance for every school district and individual school in the state, with performance data from five years and four subjects.
See how 55 school districts in the region stack up to the state's new percentage scale.
Explore the STL City Schools Guide, a tool for comparing schools in St. Louis produced by the nonprofit City Parents League of St. Louis.
Compare individual schools head-to-head with an interactive tool that plots out test data.
Compare entire school districts head-to-head with an interactive tool that plots out test data.
97 percent of districts rate well, but a few risk loss of state accreditation