Students in Farmington and Rosemount scored better than their peers statewide in almost all instances on the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment tests given during the 2012-13 school year.
The tests, required by state and federal law, are given every year as one tool to assess whether students are making adequate progress toward meeting state standards in math, reading and science.
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