Sunny Collins, a fourth-grade teacher at Forestville Road Elementary School, works with students in her class. In her lessons, Collins discusses common core standards with her students to make sure they understand what they're learning and why. Under the test results released Thursday, 44.9 percent of Forestville students meet academic proficiency standards. But, the school met or exceeded growth in all subject areas and grade levels measured and ranked fourth in reading growth and fifth in math growth out of 105 elementary schools.
Sunny Collins, a fourth-grade teacher at Forestville Road Elementary School, works with students in her class. In her lessons, Collins discusses common core standards with her students to make sure they understand what they're learning and why. Under the test results released Thursday, 44.9 percent of Forestville students meet academic proficiency standards. But, the school met or exceeded growth in all subject areas and grade levels measured and ranked fourth in reading growth and fifth in math growth out of 105 elementary schools. rwillett@newsobserver.com
Sunny Collins, a fourth-grade teacher at Forestville Road Elementary School, works with students in her class. In her lessons, Collins discusses common core standards with her students to make sure they understand what they're learning and why. Under the test results released Thursday, 44.9 percent of Forestville students meet academic proficiency standards. But, the school met or exceeded growth in all subject areas and grade levels measured and ranked fourth in reading growth and fifth in math growth out of 105 elementary schools. rwillett@newsobserver.com

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