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Standarized Tests Show Steady Improvement

October 10th, 2012 by WCBC Radio

The 2012 standardized testing results highlighted  Tuesday’s work session of the  Allegany County Board of Education.  Scores were released over the summer and indications are that that nearly 90 percent of students in Allegany County scored high enough on the Maryland School Assessments to meet state targets and, overall, the system shows “steady improvement.” Marsha Miller, the board’s coordinator of accountability, provided a detailed analysis of the results is typically presented to the local board in October. Statewide the MSA results were solid, however State School Superintendent Lillian Lowery says that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for improvement…





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