RVP staff,

Brodhead School District scored lower on its state report card than in 2018-19, when schools throughout the state were last rated.

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction published public and choice school and district report cards for the 2020-21 school year Nov. 16, as required by federal and state law.

Last year, report requirements were suspended due to COVID-19. Though ratings were recently released, state officials urge using caution when interpreting scores and ratings as the pandemic contributed a number of factors in this year’s report.

Albany School District earned a 67.3 overall score, with a three out of five star rating system, for  “meeting expectations.”

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