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  • State Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson talks about school test scores

    School test scores released Wednesday showed little change from last year. Eighty-eight percent of the D and F grades went to schools with the highest concentrations of low-income students. State Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson talked about what's needed for significant state gains.

School test scores released Wednesday showed little change from last year. Eighty-eight percent of the D and F grades went to schools with the highest concentrations of low-income students. State Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson talked about what's needed for significant state gains. Lynn Bonner lbonner@newsobserver.com
School test scores released Wednesday showed little change from last year. Eighty-eight percent of the D and F grades went to schools with the highest concentrations of low-income students. State Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson talked about what's needed for significant state gains. Lynn Bonner lbonner@newsobserver.com

NC test scores static, student growth slips

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