AYP results HPS fails to make the grade

 

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Alice Campbell Havre Daily News [email protected]

Seventy-two percent of Montana schools met federal No Child Left Behind standards, but Havre Public Schools failed to make the overall grade. Several schools made the required 83-percent proficiency in reading tests, but couldn't muster the 67-percent proficiency in math, as did the other schools in the district. The proficiency level requirements jumped higher for last year's tests, 9 percent for reading and 17 percent for math. While he views the tests as good, Especially for get...



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