Twenty-seventh Street Elementary School (Closed 2018)

  • The percentage of students achieving proficiency in Math was 20% (which was lower than the Wisconsin state average of 77%) for the 2009-10 school year. The percentage of students achieving proficiency in Reading/Language Arts was 37% (which was lower than the Wisconsin state average of 82%) for the 2009-10 school year.
  • Twenty-seventh Street Elementary School placed in the bottom 50% of all schools in Wisconsin for overall test scores (math proficiency is bottom 50%, and reading proficiency is bottom 50%) for the 2009-10 school year.

School Overview

Grades OfferedGrades Prekindergarten-8
Total Studentsn/a
This chart display total students of Twenty-seventh Street Elementary School by year, with the latest 2009-10 school year data.
Total Classroom Teachers21 teachers
This chart display the total teachers of Twenty-seventh Street Elementary School by year, with the latest 2017-18 school year data.

School Comparison

Definition of Terms 2017-2018 School Year DataThis SchoolState Level (WI)
Overall School Rank (09-10)#1975 out of 2008 schools
(Bottom 50%)
Math Test Scores (% Proficient) (09-10)
20%
77%
Reading / Language Arts Test Scores (% Proficient) (09-10)
37%
82%
Student : Teacher Ration/a15:1
This chart display the student teacher ratio of Twenty-seventh Street Elementary School and the public school average student teacher ratio of Wisconsin by year, with the latest 2009-10 school year data.
American Indian
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1%
This chart display the percentage of American Indian students in Twenty-seventh Street Elementary School and percentage of American Indian public school students in Wisconsin by year, with the latest 1993-94 school year data.
Asian
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4%
This chart display the percentage of Asian students in Twenty-seventh Street Elementary School and the percentage of Asian public school students in Wisconsin by year, with the latest 2017-18 school year data.
Hispanic
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12%
This chart display the percentage of Hispanic students in Twenty-seventh Street Elementary School and the percentage of Hispanic public school students in Wisconsin by year, with the latest 2008-09 school year data.
Black
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9%
This chart display the percentage of Black students in Twenty-seventh Street Elementary School and the percentage of Black public school students in Wisconsin by year, with the latest 2009-10 school year data.
White
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70%
This chart display the percentage of White students in Twenty-seventh Street Elementary School and the percentage of White public school students in Wisconsin by year, with the latest 2009-10 school year data.
Hawaiian
100%
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All Ethnic GroupsThis chart display the percentage breakdown of students of all ethnic groups in Twenty-seventh Street Elementary School.This chart display the percentage breakdown of public school students of all ethnic groups in WI.
Diversity Score0.000.49
This chart display the diversity score of Twenty-seventh Street Elementary School and the public school average diversity score of Wisconsin by year, with the latest 2009-10 school year data.
Eligible for Free Lunchn/a
32%
This chart display the percentage of students who is eligible for free lunch in Twenty-seventh Street Elementary School and the percentage of public school students who is eligible for free lunch in Wisconsin by year, with the latest 2009-10 school year data.
Eligible for Reduced Lunchn/a
5%
This chart display the percentage of students who is eligible for reduced lunch in Twenty-seventh Street Elementary School and the percentage of public school students who is eligible for reduced lunch in Wisconsin by year, with the latest 2009-10 school year data.
School Statewide TestingView Education Department Test Scores
School District NameMilwaukee School District
Source: 2017-2018 (latest school year available) NCES, WI Dept. of Education

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