Utah high schools with lowest CRT scores by weighted average in 2011
Here is a look at the lowest-scoring high schools in Utah, according to the state's criterion-referenced tests, or CRT.
The CRT tests gauge student performance and shows which schools are performing better than others in scores. The rankings are based on the percentages of students who have passed the 2012 CRT tests proficiently.
The Deseret News averaged language arts, math and science scores together weighed by total students tested in each category to get an overall percentage.
Only schools with 150 students or more are included in the list. Schools dealing with special needs students have been excluded from the list.
Click here to see the best-scoring high schools in Utah for 2012.
The data for this list can be found on the Utah State Office of Education website.
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