Wednesday, October 19, 2011 at 3:00 am (Updated: October 19, 3:02 am)
Members of the Shelby County Board of Education heard good and bad news in the reports about the results from its two key standardized testing programs that were delivered during Thursday’s meeting at Heritage Elementary.
News about the statewide KCCT test, reported last week, was almost all positive because each school and the district’s 2011 test results bested their own 3-year averages and state results.
But this fall’s Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) testing came with mixed results.
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