Hackney in London, whose education service is now being run by a trust, is at the bottom of the primary school results tables - again.
Schools in Hackney have been making progress
Hackney is the worst-performing local education authority (LEA) - although results in its schools did improve, from an average aggregate score of 197 to 210.
Schools in another London borough, Southwark, also averaged 210 but had a slightly better average points score.
At the top for the second year running is Richmond upon Thames, where the average was 262 - down one point from last year.
Of the 148 main authorities, Hartlepool improved the most - up 17 points, from 224 to 241, closely followed by Southampton (up 16 to 231).
How they compare
The biggest fallers were Rutland and Derby, which each dropped seven points to 250 and 224 respectively.
The table below shows LEAs ranked on their aggregate scores.
The second column of figures is the average points score.
The third column shows the average of the "value added" measure schools achieved.
Finally there is the level of unauthorised absence, given as a percentage of half-day school sessions that were missed.
Click the name of any LEA for a complete list of its schools and details of their performances.