So how did Minneapolis schools do on the just-released state Multiple Measurements Rating?
Listed below are the city’s winners and losers on this newfangled state rating that combines student test proficiency, test score growth, achievement gap reduction and, for high schools, the four-year graduation rate.
The scores of 15 schools or programs rose, while 39 recorded lower scores.
The list below is grouped by whether a school rose or fell between its 2011 and 2012 ratings, and also shows the 2012 rating on a scale of 1 (lowest) to 100 (highest.)
GAINERS:  Kenny +57.91, 74.12; Armatage, +22.43, 96.57; Waite Park, +15.46, 49.27; Patrick Henry, +13.99, 60.94; Jenny Lind, +9.36, 17.1; Hmong International, +9.35, 27.59; Heritage Science & Technology, +8.77, 77.42; Lake Nokomis-Keewaydin, +8.09, 30.38; Lake Harriet upper, +7.6, 76.2; Sheridan, +5.44, 13.08; Pratt, +4.72, 45.35; Windom, +4.58, 39.87; Ramsey, +1.33, 13.22; Laney, +1.12, 6.68; Dowling, +.07, 44.57.
LOSERS: Field, -1.04, 66.59; Cityview -1.08, 4.05; Hall, -2.68, 4.11; Barton, -4.11 60.99; Bethune, -4.24, 1.06; Green Central, -5.28, 3.85; Burroughs, -5.37, 71.35; River Bend, -5.39, 34; Sullivan, -5.69, 12.27; North, -5.71, 5.81; Lyndale, -5.72, 12.75; Extended Day Program, -7.15, 74.97; Urban League Academy, -7.45, 46.81; Andersen, -7.97, 8.15; Washburn, -8.21, 10.91; Olson, -8.25, 24.4; Loring, -8.85; 19.66; Jefferson, -11.57, 22.83; Bancroft, -11.63, 7.89; Anishinabe, -11.67, 5.64; Marcy, -13.18, 25.8; Bryn Mawr, -13.71, 6.33; SPAN, -15.02, 29.06; Pillsbury, -16.1, 11.86; Southwest, -17.11, 60.72; Northrop, -17.48, 17.39; Roosevelt, -17.58, 13.55; Sanford, -17.79, 15.69; Northeast, -17.82, 1.58; Seward, -18.77, 21,73; Hiawatha, -18.85, 8.52; Edison, -19.83, 12.16; Whittier, -20.22, 2.67; Nellie Stone Johnson, -20.44, 10.55; Hale, -23.19, 41.91; South, -23.53, 18.85; Anthony, -24.79, 56.23; Kenwood, -27.97, 27.88; and Emerson, -33.74, 4.51.