I have no time to read and analyze these results but I put them up for your own viewing. According to this article in the Times, Washington State students are doing better on the math and science exams.
Math scores in grades 3-8 increased in every grade except eighth.
What hasn't improved is the number of schools failing to make adequate yearly progress, as required by the federal No Child Left Behind law. Preliminary figures show 1,388 Washington schools were on that list in 2011, an increase of about 200 schools from 2010.
A total of 223 school districts — out of 295 in the state — failed to make adequate yearly progress in 2011.
Here's the link to the scores at OSPI.
I checked but there is no announcement yet from Seattle Schools about the scores for our district.