State Report Card Shows Decline

According to the newly released state report card, Oklahoma scored a “C” when it comes to academic achievement and academic growth. But there are some areas of improvement despite the decline in testing scores. State Superintendent called the scores “stagnant” and “unacceptable.” Oklahoma’s school report cards are measured across multiple indicators, including academic achievement, academic growth, chronic absenteeism, progress in English language proficiency assessments, postsecondary opportunities, and graduation. Measured at different points, indicators work together to provide a snapshot of school performance. Each of these indicators receives a specific point value that translates to a letter grade. Cheyenne Public Schools…

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