IOWA'S REPORT CARD, SCHOOL RANKINGS AND CHEATING--333 DISTRICTS

1-8-17

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The following sections are contained herein:

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

INTRODUCTION

DATA AND ANALYSIS

2016-2017 IOWA  SCHOOL RANKINGS AND CHEATING

RANKING OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS TEACHING TO THE TEST

4 REASONABLY HONEST SCHOOL DISTRICTS DON’T HAVE SKEWED TEACHING TO THE TEST DATA

STATE READING RANKINGS OF 333 SCHOOL DISTRICTS

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Superior Educator Dr. Sue Atkinson greatly contributed to this post.  Thank you Dr. Sue!  When those receiving it take it seriously, Iowa K-12 student achievement will be raised at least 7% within 5 years, at no extra cost. Anyone claiming to have better numbers is asked to provide them. 

In the past, Iowalive routinely requested and received Report Card data from the Dept. of Education  that was then sorted and state level ranked in accordance with test score levels for reading math and science, such as on websites: http://www.iowalive.net/readingallstested15-16.htm , http://www.iowalive.net/mathgradestested15-16-2.htm , and http://www.iowalive.net/sciencegradestested15-16.htm .  The exception was in 2006 when district honesty and integrity were also evaluated and ranked on website  http://www.iowalive.net/ranking8.htm .  Report Card rankings on that website are now used on tables herein which help reveal what is going on with school districts today.  Districts are cheating and teaching to the test, some much more flagrantly than others.  

The Newton Daily News reported it very succinctly as follows.  The Newton school district was ranked 58th  in Honesty and Integrity in 2006 and has fallen to 73rd  in the 2016-2017 ranking table farther below,  that shows Newton’s 95th NPR ranking increased 23 positions.  This shows Newton is teaching to the test but is less flagrant than most, despite the Newton district’s following emphasis on having copies of the assessment tests before students take them, reported in the News as follows

Newton Daily News Report

Even if a new assessment is created this year and put into place, Callaghan (Newton Superintendent) said he has concerns about the timing of the test’s release. If teachers don’t receive the assessment until the end of the school year they’ll have limited time to create new plans and prepare for the upcoming assessment, Callaghan said. ….. Travis Padget, president of the Newton Community School District Board, said he shares some of Callaghan’s concerns, although he’s hopeful the new assessment will be similar in scope to lesson plans teachers currently have in existence.

Hopefully whatever assessment they come up with isn’t so obscure that we’re not already teaching it,” Padget said.”  And Padget is more honest than most school officials so Iowalive is not picking on him--an unpaid, volunteer school official.  He just honestly tells it like it is!

Match, count and compare districts in the 2006 posted table and the lengthy table farther below and you will find 163 (67%) OF 242 YEAR 2006 CHEATING DISTRICTS have 95th NPR rankings higher than 40th NPR rankings, which clearly shows teaching to the test cheating prevails! 

Iowalive challenges Dept. of Ed. Director Dr. Ryan Wise to show teaching to the test is NOT skewing the 95th NPR rankings upward for the most flagrant  districts—of  which 67% were reported to be cheating in 2006!!  NCLB and ESSA laws essentially stopped the more conventional cheating methods of not even testing and reporting some students and excluding low test scores of others.  Teaching to the test is the predominant cheating method that remains, unscruitinized, unabated and flagrant.  Written driver’s tests are much more honestly administered than public school tests!!!  Will Dr. Wise try to claim otherwise?!  Will a newspaper reporter dare to ask him?  Will a newspaper editor allow a reporter to ask—and report his answer?!  Will a newspaper editorial board ask the DOT how they do it?  Not likely!

INTRODUCTION

https://www.educateiowa.gov/article/2017/12/13/iowa-school-report-card-updated-and-released  is the link to the most recent Iowa Report Card, released in Dec 2017 for the 2016-2017 school year.  The Report provides an overview and then breaks it down into its component parts.  Unfortunately, the Report was released 7 MONTHS AFTER THE SCHOOL YEAR ENDED AND JUST OVER 3 MONTHS AFTER THE NEW SCHOOL YEAR STARTED.  THIS IS EQUIVALENT TO GETTING THE SCORES OF FOOTBALL GAMES 7 MONTHS AFTER THE GAME ENDED, AND AT THE HALF OF THE NEXT GAME.   AND CONTRARY TO ATHLETICS, EDUCATORS DIDN’T CARE ABOUT THE SCORES AND THAT’S EXACTLY HOW IOWA EDUCATORS WANTED IT, UNTIL NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND (NCLB) AND EVERY STUDENT SUCCEEDS ACT (ESSA) HELD THEM  ACCOUNTABLE SO THEY CHEAT, AND HEREIN IS WHY AND HOW!!!

DATA AND ANALYSIS

How do you define an intellectual disability?  Iowa educators falsely believe that anyone not learning in the system they provide has a disability – not backed by any medical diagnosis (because the state has failed to require a medical diagnosis for disabilities).  The absence of a medical diagnosis has allowed Iowa’s educators to fail at keeping up standards, to fail at providing teacher training commensurate with high standards that effectively teach to all learning styles, and to fail at stopping the embedded discrimination in the system.

1.   For decades, Iowa educators routinely lowered standards when 50% of students were unable to pass assessments – INSTEAD OF DETERMINING WHERE THE TEACHING HAD BEEN INEFFECTIVE.

2.   For decades, Iowa educators routinely moved students the system had failed to educate into Special Ed – INSTEAD OF DETERMINING WHERE THE TEACHING HAD BEEN INEFFECTIVE, CREATING THE SITUATION.

3.   For decades, Iowa educators routinely cheated and excluded student’s from taking assessment tests and excluded low scores – INSTEAD OF DETERMINING WHERE THE TEACHING HAD BEEN INEFFECTIVE, CREATING THE SITUATION.

Both NCLB and ESSA required educators to stop the exclusions and to begin using a curriculum. based on concepts rather than memorization – EFFECTIVELY TAUGHT.  But the laws said nothing about teaching to the test.

1.   NCLB became law in 2002, and immediately required states to stop lowering standards by selecting a level at which to begin raising them back up to national grade level 65th NPR.  IOWA COMPROMISED FOR A BEGINNING LEVEL OF 40th National Percentile Rank (NPR), WHERE IT REMAINS TO THIS DAY, AND STRUGGLES TO ACHIEVE IT (termed “basic” entry level in National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) assessments).  Iowa claims students are ‘proficient/expert’ when scoring no better than the bottom 40% of U S. students! 

2.   As other states reduce the number of students in Special Ed, and close the achievement gap, IOWA INCREASES THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS IN SPECIAL ED, AND FAILS TO CLOSE THE ACHIEVEMENT GAP. 

3.   As other states learn how to effectively teach concepts to the various learning styles (thus improving their teacher training programs significantly), Iowa’s teacher training programs fail to even change their materials, preferring to create alternative, dumbed  assessments for students they had a history of discriminating against, as in the Jim Crow South.

Iowa’s ESSA plan received a 3.1/5 – a D – because it relies on using the same approach to education Iowa educators have used for decades to avoid accountability:

1.   Iowa proposes using even lower standards for these ‘disabled’ classified students so they artificially appear to be succeeding – FAILING TO STOP THE EMBEDDED DISCRIMINATION.

2.   Iowa proposes using alternative testing – FAILING TO CHANGE TEACHING METHODS, OR EVEN PROPERLY REASSESS THEM.

3.   Iowa ignores Supreme court ruling, including the 2017 The decision in Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District, which prevents Iowa educators from “dumping” students into Special Ed rather than learning how to effectively teach and remediate them for the damage from ineffective teaching.

 ·      Iowa has failed to learn how to write effective assessments for concept-based education, an indication of their lack of understanding.

·      Iowa has proven it lacks the ability to write concept-based curriculum, an indication of their lack of understanding.

·      Iowa has failed to upgrade their teacher training programs to train teachers to effectively teach concepts to the various learning styles.

·      Iowa has failed to move its minimum standards up from the 40th NPR to national grade level 65th NPR.

·      IOWA STILL PRACTICES DISCRIMINATION TO AVOID ACCOUNTABILITY FOR ITS POOR QUALITY EDUCATION SYSTEM.

2016-2017 IOWA  SCHOOL RANKINGS AND CHEATING

The following tables rank districts in reading for all grades tested.  It also shows how the rankings are mysteriously skewed for the 95th NPR scores compared to the 40th NPR rankings, for the same students.  This is a statistical red light!!  Something is wrong that is skewing the difference in rankings column in yellow color,  so drastically.  Why are so many districts improving in 95th NPR rankings?  They force the others to show minus values!  Study the table carefully and see if you can figure out what they are doing wrong, and then read on.

SCHOOL DISTRICTS TEACHING TO THE TEST

333 SCHOOL DISTRICTS SHOWN IN DESCENDING ORDER OF DOING WORST TEACHING TO TEST

Stratford is the worst district at teaching to the test. 

Gilbert and districts below it do least teaching to the test.

The low percentage of IA students proficient at the 95th NPR International Standard is very troublesome!

Iowa Reading Test Scores For All Grades Tested In 2016-2017 School Year Show How Iowa's Low, 40th National Percentile Rank (NPR) Student  Proficiency Standard Inflates Student Achievement.  The Best Iowa Schools Aren't Very Good!  Source:  Dept. Of Education & Iowalive  12-27-17

State 40th NPR Reading Rank

District

Number Proficient

Number Full Academic Year Tested

Percent Proficient at Iowa 40th NPR Standard

65TH  NPR Reading Rank

Number Proficient

Percent Proficient at National 65th NPR Standard

95TH  NPR Reading Rank

Number Proficient

Percent Proficient at International 95th NPR Standard

40TH Minus 95th Rank In Descending Order of Worst Teaching To The Test

224

Stratford

26

36

72.22

46

21

58.33

32

7

19.44

192

318

Lamoni

116

185

62.70

296

73

39.46

129

26

14.05

189

299

Northeast Hamilton

27

41

65.85

299

16

39.02

114

6

14.63

185

247

Waco

173

244

70.90

141

125

51.23

63

40

16.39

184

267

Hubbard-Radcliffe

183

263

69.58

193

127

48.29

84

41

15.59

183

272

Essex

78

113

69.03

264

48

42.48

93

17

15.04

179

185

Iowa City

5456

7,355

74.18

65

4,142

56.32

12

1,720

23.39

173

306

Tri-County

89

137

64.96

252

60

43.80

133

19

13.87

173

256

East Union

194

276

70.29

205

131

47.46

90

42

15.22

166

283

Southeast Webster Grand

246

361

68.14

241

163

45.15

120

52

14.40

163

217

North Winneshiek

53

73

72.60

198

35

47.95

61

12

16.44

156

174

Odebolt-Arthur

199

264

75.38

146

135

51.14

30

52

19.70

144

308

Alden

96

148

64.86

280

61

41.22

164

19

12.84

144

288

Cedar Rapids

5689

8,376

67.92

237

3,803

45.40

146

1,123

13.41

142

327

Remsen-Union

79

134

58.96

290

54

40.30

185

16

11.94

142

295

West Liberty

451

677

66.62

307

261

38.55

162

87

12.85

133

151

Valley

195

254

76.77

114

134

52.76

19

55

21.65

132

294

Olin Consolidated

26

39

66.67

308

15

38.46

165

5

12.82

129

213

Bennett

24

33

72.73

52

19

57.58

92

5

15.15

121

298

Clarinda

376

570

65.96

262

243

42.63

177

70

12.28

121

221

Griswold

209

289

72.32

143

148

51.21

102

43

14.88

119

206

Knoxville

664

908

73.13

178

448

49.34

88

139

15.31

118

278

Harmony

48

70

68.57

213

33

47.14

161

9

12.86

117

209

West Branch

330

453

72.85

187

221

48.79

96

68

15.01

113

248

River Valley

175

247

70.85

227

114

46.15

135

34

13.77

113

249

Webster City

631

891

70.82

224

414

46.46

140

121

13.58

109

274

Dubuque

4006

5,826

68.76

236

2,646

45.42

166

743

12.75

108

220

Clarion-Goldfield-Dows

381

526

72.43

172

260

49.43

113

77

14.64

107

184

West Central

98

132

74.24

163

66

50.00

78

21

15.91

106

250

Twin Cedars

133

188

70.74

164

94

50.00

148

25

13.30

102

245

Schleswig

74

104

71.15

240

47

45.19

144

14

13.46

101

193

Winfield-Mt Union

157

213

73.71

217

100

46.95

95

32

15.02

98

310

Mormon Trail

75

116

64.66

249

51

43.97

212

13

11.21

98

313

Burlington

1272

1,980

64.24

276

825

41.67

222

217

10.96

91

316

Council Bluffs

2845

4,478

63.53

305

1,737

38.79

227

485

10.83

89

229

Starmont

228

317

71.92

210

150

47.32

141

43

13.56

88

269

Red Oak

406

585

69.40

281

241

41.20

181

71

12.14

88

135

Atlantic

629

811

77.56

98

434

53.51

48

140

17.26

87

273

Martensdale-St Marys

208

302

68.87

208

143

47.35

187

36

11.92

86

172

Mid-Prairie

550

729

75.45

122

380

52.13

87

112

15.36

85

137

West Des Moines

3754

4,845

77.48

74

2,701

55.75

53

819

16.90

84

211

Schaller-Crestland

169

232

72.84

233

106

45.69

127

33

14.22

84

303

Moulton-Udell

66

101

65.35

306

39

38.61

224

11

10.89

79

251

Riverside

222

314

70.70

279

130

41.40

173

39

12.42

78

282

Muscatine

1923

2,819

68.22

257

1,214

43.06

206

319

11.32

76

114

Nevada

686

872

78.67

61

493

56.54

39

162

18.58

75

142

Lynnville-Sully

222

288

77.08

113

152

52.78

67

47

16.32

75

264

Davis County

488

699

69.81

239

316

45.21

191

83

11.87

73

289

Mason City

1406

2,072

67.86

253

904

43.63

217

229

11.05

72

145

Clear Creek Amana

918

1,192

77.01

101

636

53.36

74

193

16.19

71

192

Springville

149

202

73.76

183

99

49.01

122

29

14.36

70

201

Sumner-Fredericksburg

367

500

73.40

175

247

49.40

131

70

14.00

70

281

Emmetsburg

295

432

68.29

266

183

42.36

215

48

11.11

66

324

Seymour

84

140

60.00

294

56

40.00

258

14

10.00

66

115

Grinnell-Newburg

704

895

78.66

73

499

55.75

50

153

17.09

65

125

Carlisle

915

1,173

78.01

69

656

55.92

60

193

16.45

65

156

Union

478

626

76.36

167

311

49.68

91

95

15.18

65

203

Iowa Valley

204

278

73.38

215

131

47.12

138

38

13.67

65

108

Sergeant Bluff-Luton

724

916

79.04

72

511

55.79

44

164

17.90

64

199

College

2204

3,001

73.44

191

1,459

48.62

136

411

13.70

63

290

Clarke

494

733

67.39

278

304

41.47

230

79

10.78

60

300

Hamburg

50

76

65.79

285

31

40.79

240

8

10.53

60

259

Fairfield

625

891

70.15

214

420

47.14

200

103

11.56

59

99

Delwood

61

77

79.22

102

41

53.25

41

14

18.18

58

139

Logan-Magnolia

291

376

77.39

82

207

55.05

81

59

15.69

58

141

Madrid

301

390

77.18

97

209

53.59

83

61

15.64

58

215

Rock Valley

333

458

72.71

229

211

46.07

158

59

12.88

57

168

Galva-Holstein

150

198

75.76

106

105

53.03

112

29

14.65

56

284

Sioux City

5129

7,531

68.11

267

3,187

42.32

228

815

10.82

56

83

Mediapolis

361

451

80.04

60

255

56.54

28

91

20.18

55

73

Urbandale

1856

2,301

80.66

42

1,351

58.71

21

488

21.21

52

268

LuVerne

25

36

69.44

322

13

36.11

216

4

11.11

52

149

West Bend-Mallard

149

194

76.80

137

100

51.55

98

29

14.95

51

150

Murray

139

181

76.80

125

94

51.93

99

27

14.92

51

317

Eagle Grove

276

435

63.45

293

174

40.00

270

42

9.66

47

326

Villisca

116

195

59.49

328

63

32.31

279

18

9.23

47

104

Sheldon

463

585

79.15

77

325

55.56

58

97

16.58

46

164

Aurelia

132

174

75.86

111

92

52.87

121

25

14.37

43

160

Tipton

418

550

76.00

134

284

51.64

118

80

14.55

42

54

Baxter

200

245

81.63

70

137

55.92

13

56

22.86

41

186

Interstate 35

370

499

74.15

131

258

51.70

145

67

13.43

41

227

West Fork CSD

266

369

72.09

270

155

42.01

186

44

11.92

41

85

Ogden

314

393

79.90

36

233

59.29

45

70

17.81

40

129

Danville

286

368

77.72

161

184

50.00

89

56

15.22

40

305

Adair-Casey

80

123

65.04

319

45

36.59

265

12

9.76

40

79

Spirit Lake

532

662

80.36

68

372

56.19

40

121

18.28

39

106

Winterset

742

938

79.10

56

537

57.25

68

153

16.31

38

60

Guthrie Center

173

213

81.22

47

124

58.22

23

44

20.66

37

68

Bondurant-Farrar

887

1,099

80.71

45

643

58.51

31

216

19.65

37

146

Brooklyn-Guernsey-Malcom

230

299

76.92

80

165

55.18

109

44

14.72

37

167

Sioux Center

535

706

75.78

147

361

51.13

130

99

14.02

37

262

Fort Madison

700

1,001

69.93

258

429

42.86

225

109

10.89

37

188

Alburnett

264

357

73.95

148

182

50.98

152

47

13.17

36

286

Charles City

552

811

68.06

271

340

41.92

250

83

10.23

36

117

Humboldt

591

752

78.59

152

379

50.40

82

118

15.69

35

329

Des Moines Independent

9823

16,973

57.87

326

5,740

33.82

294

1,437

8.47

35

82

Center Point-Urbana

691

863

80.07

138

444

51.45

49

148

17.15

33

322

Davenport

4890

8,029

60.90

316

2,977

37.08

289

698

8.69

33

143

Westwood

242

314

77.07

126

163

51.91

111

46

14.65

32

74

Clear Lake

588

729

80.66

71

407

55.83

43

131

17.97

31

191

Central Springs

304

412

73.79

142

211

51.21

160

53

12.86

31

55

Bettendorf

2082

2,551

81.62

34

1,526

59.82

25

519

20.34

30

182

Tripoli

176

236

74.58

206

112

47.46

153

31

13.14

29

64

Roland-Story

501

619

80.94

49

359

58.00

38

115

18.58

26

152

West Hancock

237

309

76.70

117

162

52.43

126

44

14.24

26

89

Grundy Center

316

397

79.60

50

230

57.93

64

65

16.37

25

126

Camanche

445

571

77.93

103

304

53.24

101

85

14.89

25

328

Waterloo

3190

5,472

58.30

327

1,844

33.70

303

440

8.04

25

97

Bellevue

279

352

79.26

62

199

56.53

73

57

16.19

24

70

Glenwood

898

1,113

80.68

57

634

56.96

47

193

17.34

23

95

Corning

142

179

79.33

180

88

49.16

72

29

16.20

23

173

Newton

1188

1,575

75.43

168

782

49.65

150

209

13.27

23

39

Vinton-Shellsburg

670

813

82.41

29

491

60.39

17

178

21.89

22

59

Linn-Mar

3324

4,090

81.27

35

2,429

59.39

37

783

19.14

22

92

Central Lyon

323

407

79.36

41

240

58.97

71

66

16.22

21

175

East Marshall

351

466

75.32

177

230

49.36

154

61

13.09

21

263

Anamosa

475

680

69.85

243

306

45.00

242

71

10.44

21

234

Clinton

1260

1,754

71.84

247

775

44.18

214

195

11.12

20

287

Edgewood-Colesburg

196

288

68.06

288

117

40.63

267

28

9.72

20

301

Cardinal

238

362

65.75

292

145

40.06

281

33

9.12

20

94

South Central Calhoun

384

484

79.34

59

274

56.61

75

78

16.12

19

297

West Monona

222

335

66.27

274

140

41.79

278

31

9.25

19

51

Ballard

750

918

81.70

30

554

60.35

33

177

19.28

18

169

South O'Brien

246

325

75.69

196

156

48.00

151

43

13.23

18

238

Jesup

383

536

71.46

169

266

49.63

220

59

11.01

18

27

Dallas Center-Grimes

1309

1,556

84.13

12

1,023

65.75

10

372

23.91

17

252

Hampton-Dumont

464

658

70.52

221

306

46.50

235

70

10.64

17

302

Highland

234

357

65.55

302

139

38.94

285

32

8.96

17

270

Belmond-Klemme

280

404

69.31

259

173

42.82

254

41

10.15

16

19

Waukee

4567

5,390

84.73

13

3,521

65.32

4

1,396

25.90

15

33

Cedar Falls

2492

2,988

83.40

21

1,862

62.32

18

650

21.75

15

101

Southeast Polk

3094

3,907

79.19

85

2,138

54.72

86

601

15.38

15

292

North Union

108

161

67.08

269

68

42.24

277

15

9.32

15

330

Laurens-Marathon

57

100

57.00

317

37

37.00

315

7

7.00

15

16

Ames

1954

2,288

85.40

2

1,595

69.71

2

739

32.30

14

111

Carroll

748

947

78.99

95

508

53.64

97

142

14.99

14

78

North Scott

1412

1,755

80.46

86

959

54.64

65

287

16.35

13

21

United

88

104

84.62

20

65

62.50

9

25

24.04

12

26

Pleasantville

341

405

84.20

33

243

60.00

14

92

22.72

12

309

Keokuk

605

933

64.84

298

366

39.23

298

78

8.36

11

14

Ankeny

5350

6,225

85.94

4

4,225

67.87

5

1,581

25.40

9

43

South Hamilton

333

406

82.02

58

231

56.90

35

78

19.21

8

237

Lewis Central

1159

1,619

71.59

234

739

45.65

229

175

10.81

8

277

Charter Oak-Ute

92

134

68.66

313

51

38.06

269

13

9.70

8

13

Decorah Community

812

943

86.11

9

625

66.28

6

238

25.24

7

22

Albert City-Truesdale

38

45

84.44

32

27

60.00

16

10

22.22

6

140

Hudson

318

412

77.18

182

202

49.03

134

57

13.83

6

332

Marshalltown

1417

2,592

54.67

330

790

30.48

326

166

6.40

6

62

Central DeWitt

639

789

80.99

63

445

56.40

57

131

16.60

5

194

Easton Valley

204

277

73.65

171

137

49.46

189

33

11.91

5

296

George-Little Rock

161

242

66.53

289

98

40.50

291

21

8.68

5

319

CAL

78

125

62.40

332

34

27.20

314

9

7.20

5

235

Centerville

513

715

71.75

242

322

45.03

231

77

10.77

4

242

Nodaway Valley

263

369

71.27

246

164

44.44

238

39

10.57

4

314

Wapello

209

327

63.91

320

119

36.39

310

25

7.65

4

6

Johnston

3306

3,807

86.84

3

2,620

68.82

3

1,063

27.92

3

80

Dike-New Hartford

400

498

80.32

96

267

53.61

77

80

16.06

3

321

Ottumwa

1426

2,341

60.91

318

866

36.99

318

162

6.92

3

9

Pella

1090

1,259

86.58

10

833

66.16

7

317

25.18

2

261

Chariton

478

683

69.99

255

297

43.48

259

68

9.96

2

325

Orient-Macksburg

46

77

59.74

321

28

36.36

323

5

6.49

2

333

Postville

164

381

43.04

333

98

25.72

332

15

3.94

1

1

Gilbert

716

758

94.46

1

603

79.55

1

246

32.45

0

11

North Polk

818

948

86.29

6

634

66.88

11

224

23.63

0

190

CAM

304

412

73.79

166

205

49.76

190

49

11.89

0

208

Missouri Valley

342

469

72.92

218

220

46.91

208

53

11.30

0

183

Colo-NESCO

179

241

74.27

105

128

53.11

184

29

12.03

-1

304

South Tama County

513

787

65.18

314

293

37.23

305

63

8.01

-1

20

MOC-Floyd Valley

638

754

84.62

14

482

63.93

22

157

20.82

-2

34

Adel DeSoto Minburn

808

971

83.21

17

616

63.44

36

186

19.16

-2

113

Lisbon

297

377

78.78

153

190

50.40

115

55

14.59

-2

157

Iowa Falls

449

590

76.10

133

305

51.69

159

76

12.88

-2

320

Columbus

214

350

61.14

329

109

31.14

322

23

6.57

-2

331

Gilmore City-Bradgate

10

18

55.56

331

5

27.78

333

0

0.00

-2

102

Boyden-Hull

289

365

79.18

76

203

55.62

105

54

14.79

-3

265

Rudd-Rockford-Marble Rk

187

268

69.78

312

102

38.06

268

26

9.70

-3

4

Pleasant Valley

2289

2,606

87.84

7

1,742

66.85

8

653

25.06

-4

30

Okoboji

449

536

83.77

31

323

60.26

34

103

19.22

-4

239

Maquoketa

522

731

71.41

220

341

46.65

243

76

10.40

-4

271

West Sioux

303

438

69.18

268

185

42.24

275

41

9.36

-4

65

Pocahontas Area

284

351

80.91

53

202

57.55

70

57

16.24

-5

266

Lone Tree

195

280

69.64

250

123

43.93

271

27

9.64

-5

307

Storm Lake

793

1,222

64.89

325

422

34.53

312

90

7.36

-5

315

Perry

565

884

63.91

304

343

38.80

320

60

6.79

-5

18

Woodward-Granger

384

453

84.77

28

274

60.49

24

93

20.53

-6

311

North Kossuth

120

186

64.52

315

69

37.10

317

13

6.99

-6

323

Fort Dodge

1175

1,947

60.35

324

677

34.77

329

116

5.96

-6

35

Indianola

1644

1,979

83.07

39

1,169

59.07

42

358

18.09

-7

279

Maple Valley-Anthon Oto

232

339

68.44

273

142

41.89

286

30

8.85

-7

293

Oelwein

433

648

66.82

295

258

39.81

300

53

8.18

-7

7

Solon

748

862

86.77

11

567

65.78

15

192

22.27

-8

47

Waverly-Shell Rock

1017

1,242

81.88

44

727

58.53

55

209

16.83

-8

58

Allamakee

518

637

81.32

64

359

56.36

66

104

16.33

-8

134

North Linn

288

371

77.63

89

202

54.45

142

50

13.48

-8

170

Cherokee

433

573

75.57

176

283

49.39

178

70

12.22

-8

196

Central Lee

452

615

73.50

222

286

46.50

204

70

11.38

-8

226

Central Decatur

290

402

72.14

232

184

45.77

234

43

10.70

-8

285

Midland

175

257

68.09

284

105

40.86

293

22

8.56

-8

46

Montezuma

226

276

81.88

25

170

61.59

56

46

16.67

-10

69

Pekin

297

368

80.71

37

218

59.24

80

58

15.76

-11

121

AGWSR

243

310

78.39

119

162

52.26

132

43

13.87

-11

198

East Buchanan

241

328

73.48

211

155

47.26

209

37

11.28

-11

233

Mount Pleasant

768

1,069

71.84

190

520

48.64

244

111

10.38

-11

8

Mount Vernon

662

764

86.65

18

484

63.35

20

165

21.60

-12