The safety of metro school traffic is the subject of a new report, but its results have been mixed, according to a new study released Tuesday.

The study, by the National School Safety Council, is part of a larger effort to improve Metro school safety.

The report found that Metro schools were ranked as the fourth most dangerous school district in the nation for safety by the Federal Highway Administration in 2015.

Metro was ranked 10th in the U.S. by the number of fatalities per 1,000 students in 2014.

A Metro school was also ranked as having the highest rate of traffic fatalities among districts in Texas and Illinois.

A recent study found Metro school students to have the lowest graduation rates among the nation’s high schools.

Metro school safety was rated as one of the most dangerous districts in the country by the U,S.

Department of Transportation in 2016, but the findings have been challenged by the American Association of School Administrators.

The Association of American School Administers has said the study is flawed and the study does not provide accurate information about Metro schools.