Six Delaware County school districts are among the 50 top-scoring school districts statewide, writes Ethan Lott for the Philadelphia Business Journal.
In Delaware County, Radnor Township School District ranked highest in third place, the same as the previous year.
Wallingford-Swarthmore School District climbed one spot compared to 2019, landing in No. 13. Meanwhile, Haverford Township School District jumped four spots compared to last year to come at No. 18.
However Springfield School District recorded the highest climb among the top 50, ranking at No. 25, compared to No. 34 in 2019 and No. 49 in 2018.
Meanwhile Rose Tree Media School District slipped six spots to place at No. 29, as did Garnet Valley School District which came in at No. 32, five spots lower than in 2019.
The ranking is compiled each year by the Pittsburgh Business Times and is based on three years of state standardized test scores. The publication analyses data from the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment tests and Keystone Exams before generating the Honor Roll ranking of school districts.
Read more about top-scoring school districts at the Philadelphia Business Journal by clicking here.
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