View accountability report cards from the 2012-2013 academic year for each school in the Madison Metropolitan School District. The state Department of Public Instruction measures schools in four priority areas including student achievement, student growth, closing gaps and on-track and postsecondary readiness. Additionally, the department also measures student engagement indicators in test participation, the absenteeism rate and the dropout rate.
Leopold Elementary received an overall score of 64.7, falling in the “Meets Expectations” category. The school’s closing gaps score, which reports how much the school is closing statewide achievement gaps between low-income students, English language learner students with disability and students of different racial or ethnic groups with their peers, was 59.9.
Credit: Bo McCready, Quantitative Research Supervisor