Smithfield Herald

November 12, 2013 7:35 AM

Test scores for N.C. schools show results of tougher standards

Compared with 2012 results, passing rates have dropped from 16 to 25 percentage points in reading, from 27 to 44 percentage points in math and from 9 to 33 percentage points in science, depending on the test.

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