Armstrong Middle School

English Growth

Points awarded to students making adequate progress in performance on the statewide English assessment from one year to the next.

Accountability Data

The Mississippi Statewide Accountability System is a single “A” through “F” school and district accountability system. Click any chart to get detailed information on the measure.

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COVID-19 pandemic disruptions continue to be reflected in 2021-2022 accountability data, particularly growth data. Growth calculations for some high school students required measuring growth from the 2018-2019 school year, and overall student performance on assessments improved since the first full year of pandemic-era schooling in 2020-2021. Additionally, students did not have to pass end-of-course high school assessments in 2020-2021, which affected the 2021-22 graduation rate.

English Growth Overview

State
District
School

Mississippi

62.1%

Starkville- Oktibbeha Consolidated School District

60.9%

Armstrong Middle School

45.0%

English Growth by Subgroup

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State
District
School

Female

64.5%
63.3%
48.2%

Male

59.8%
58.7%
42.1%

Black or African American

55.1%
51.6%
33.7%

White

69.6%
83.2%
70.5%

Asian

81.4%
89.5%
77.5%

Economically Disadvantaged

57.7%
52.4%
36.5%

Non Economically Disadvantaged

76.1%
84.3%
68.2%

Students with Disabilities

45.1%
41.5%
18.8%

Students without Disabilities

64.9%
63.7%
48.6%

Non English Learners

62.4%
61.0%
45.0%

English Growth Data

All

  • School 45.0%
  • District 60.9%
  • State 62.1%

Female

  • School 48.2%
  • District 63.3%
  • State 64.5%

Male

  • School 42.1%
  • District 58.7%
  • State 59.8%

Black or African American

  • School 33.7%
  • District 51.6%
  • State 55.1%

White

  • School 70.5%
  • District 83.2%
  • State 69.6%

Asian

  • School 77.5%
  • District 89.5%
  • State 81.4%

Economically Disadvantaged

  • School 36.5%
  • District 52.4%
  • State 57.7%

Non Economically Disadvantaged

  • School 68.2%
  • District 84.3%
  • State 76.1%

Students with Disabilities

  • School 18.8%
  • District 41.5%
  • State 45.1%

Students without Disabilities

  • School 48.6%
  • District 63.7%
  • State 64.9%

Non English Learners

  • School 45.0%
  • District 61.0%
  • State 62.4%

Mississippi Department of Education

PO Box 771
Jackson, MS 39205
(601) 359-3513

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Last updated 09/29/2022