Posted: Thursday, July 12th 2012 at 12:58pm
CRCT scores released for individual schools, grade levels
UNDATED - Criterion Reference Competency Test scores for individual schools and grade levels have been released by the Georgia Department of Education.
As was reported last month, this year's scores show more students are exceeding the standards than last year. Results also showed a one-year improvement in the percentage of students meeting and exceeding on 20 of the 30 content-area tests.
“The best news in the 2012 CRCT report is that more of our students are exceeding the standards,” said State School Superintendent Dr. John Barge. “Teachers are doing a great job teaching the more rigorous Georgia Performance Standards and they are to be applauded for raising expectations for all students.”
Based on the data released Thursday, Sugar Hill Elementary had the most students who meet or exceeded the standard in Reading when compared to other third grade students at other Hall County schools. For third grade students in the Gainesville City School System, New Holland Elementary had the most students in that grade level meeting or exceeding the standards for that same subject.
This story will be updated.
Link: CRCT results
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