• Student Assessment

    On both state and national standardized testing measures, Edina students perform well above their peers. As students progress through Edina Public Schools and build cumulative skills, they widen the gap relative to their peers. By 11th grade, Edina students perform up to 20% above MN proficiency rates.

    Edina Public Schools has started to see results that indicate a narrowing of the achievement gap. Several student groups as defined by federal No Child Left Behind legislation, including Black, Free-Reduced Price Meal, and Limited English Proficient, have shown double-digit gains in reading proficiency over the last four years. At the same time, overall student performance in reading has remained at or near the top of the state. Some student groups showed smaller gains in math as well.

    Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments (MCA)

    Required by the federal No Child Left Behind Act, these tests are administered in reading and mathematics in grades 3 through 8 (MCA-II) and in grade 10 (reading) and grade 11 (mathematics, MCA-III). 

    A science assessment is administered in grades 5 and 8 and when students complete high school biology. Results are used primarily for public accountability.

    Measures of Academic Progress (MAP)

    Edina Public Schools chooses to administer MAP tests to students in grades 2-7 to help parents and educators track individual student growth, determine student placement, and improve curriculum and instruction. Results also help gauge Edina student achievement nationally. 

    Grade 6 Math Placement

    Grade 6 Math Placement FAQ



  • Contact Us

    Edina Public Schools
    Research and Evaluation
    Room 346
    5701 Normandale Road
    Edina, Minnesota 55424

    952-848-4056 (fax)

    Director of
    Research and Evaluation

    Donna Roper

    Departmental Specialist for
    Research & Evaluation

    Suzanne Dummer