State moves to new testing method for students, five of six local schools need improvement
By Calen McKinney
Monday, November 5, 2012 at 7:54 am
Five of the six public schools in Taylor County need improvement, according to the state's new testing system.
The first results from the system, a state-mandated overhaul of how school districts are measured, were released on Friday.
And since the test scores are part of an entirely new testing system, school officials say they can't be compared to previous scores, but tell the district where they need to improve.
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