The Tennessee Department of Education have released state and district-level data for TNReady, a statewide standardized test administered to elementary, middle and high school students.
TNReady, introduced in 2015, measures proficiency in math, language arts, science and U.S. History.
Due to testing complications this year, Metro did not include TNReady scores on either high school or grades 3-8 report cards.
This year’s data shows Nashville schools saw district-wide declines in most subject areas with the exception of English/language arts for third through eighth grade students.
High school scores also declined, with science down 10 percent from last year.
Specific school ratings will be available later this fall.