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Last week, the N.C. Department of Public Instruction released student performance data for all schools and school districts in the state. The release included school performance grades, end-of-course and end-of-grade achievement level results, school accountability growth data, the 4-year and...
Last week, the N.C. Department of Public Instruction released student performance data for all schools and school districts in the state. The release included school performance grades, end-of-course and end-of-grade achievement level results, school accountability growth data, the 4-year and...
Governor Pat McCrory signed four bills into law yesterday. House Bill 358 will allow schools to be awarded A-F school performance grades based on a 15-point scale, providing a consistent benchmark for student achievement for state schools. The governor also signed House Bills 91, 601 and 706.
When the N.C. Department of Public Instruction (DPI) released school performance grades earlier this month, public school advocacy groups noted that the grades reflected the socioeconomic makeup of the schools. They observed that schools with few free and reduced price lunch students generally...
When the N.C. Department of Public Instruction released school performance grades earlier this month, public school advocacy groups noted that the grades reflected the socio-economic makeup of the schools. They observed that schools with few students receiving free and reduced-price lunches...
When the N.C. Department of Public Instruction released school performance grades earlier this month, public school advocacy groups noted that the grades reflected the socio-economic makeup of the schools. They observed that schools with few students receiving free and reduced-price lunches...
Governor Pat McCrory signed four bills into law yesterday. House Bill 358 will allow schools to be awarded A-F school performance grades based on a 15-point scale, providing a consistent benchmark for student achievement for state schools. The governor also signed House Bills 91, 601 and 706.
When the N.C. Department of Public Instruction released school performance grades earlier this month, public school advocacy groups noted that the grades reflected the socio-economic makeup of the schools. They observed that schools with few students receiving free and reduced-price lunches...
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