Clarksville-Montgomery County School System 2021-2022 TCAP District Scores – Clarksville Online
Montgomery County, Tennessee – The Tennessee Department of Education released the 2021-2022 state assessment data at the district level.
Students in the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System (CMCSS) met or exceeded state proficiency levels in 22 of 28 courses assessed, or 78.6 percent.
Additionally, the percentage of students achieving scores at the highest level (Proficient, Level 4) has reached or increased from the previous year in all English and Mathematics assessments. This includes recent changes in proficiency levels, changes in standards, and the transition of all TCAP EOC assessments to an online platform; elementary and middle school assessments remained paper-and-pencil.
Areas of strength:
- CMCSS students met or exceeded state proficiency levels in 22 of 28 courses assessed (78.6%).
- CMCSS students increased the percentage of proficient students from 2020 to 2021 in all English and math assessments.
- CMCSS students maintained or increased the average scale score on 82% of English and math assessments (14 out of 17).
- CMCSS students maintained or increased the percentage of students in the Proficiency range (Level 4) in all English and Mathematics assessments.
TN Education Commissioner Focus Areas:
- In 4e ELA grade and mathematics, CMCSS outmoded state jurisdiction and increase jurisdiction in the district of the previous year.
- In 7e ELA-grade, CMCSS meet the state’s level of competence and increase jurisdiction in the district of the previous year.
- In 7e mathematics, the CMCSS was underneath state jurisdiction by 4%, but increase jurisdiction in the district over the previous year by 8%.