Shelby County School Board: Map, state tests provide 2 answers for 1 question

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New elementary districts also to get 1st review

By Todd Martin

After Thursday, the Shelby County Board of Education will have a much better understanding of the academic progress of the county’s students.

The board will hear a staff report on the on the fall Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) test and review of the district’s results in the 2012-13 Unbridled Learning state test and see how those results aligned with the 2012-13 Board Goals.

The Unbridled Learning results were made public on Sept. 27, and Shelby County Public Schools showed positive growth, earning a Proficient score as a district.

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