They can be found here.
This year's School Reports are different from last years in only two ways. The changes are the two corrections that were promised in December of last year. They are long overdue, but better now than later still.
Last year, the measure of student academic growth was grossly mislabeled "Students making gains on the state reading test" but was actually a derived relative measure. This year the student academic growth gets a label like "4th and 5th graders who met or exceeded typical growth on the state reading test" and it is a new measure. From the glossary:
This measure shows how students are growing compared to other students in the same grade, with the same test score throughout the state. It is the percentage of students whose growth was above average (50th to 99th percentile) on the state test from one year to the next. Students are compared to other students across the state that scored the same on the state test and were in the same grade level.This is a more honest measure (and a more honest label) than the one used last year, but it is still a poor choice. It is still a relative measure when we should focus on absolute measures. It doesn't tell us if the school did well with students working below, at, or beyond grade level.
Also, they corrected the Student Demographic information by choosing to show the number of students enrolled in APP/Spectrum category instead of the number eligible for those programs. So we have no sense how many students at Bryant, for example, are Spectrum-eligible. This is not quite the fix that was promised last year - we were supposed to get a count of the advanced learners at each school.
I'll make reference to some funny statistical anomolies in the comments.