Diana Villamill instructs students at Hodge Road Elementary during the first week of school and the school's new Spanish Immersion program. The program is supposed to ultimately bump Hodge Road's test scores, which came in at a 34.3 percent passing rate this year.
Diana Villamill instructs students at Hodge Road Elementary during the first week of school and the school's new Spanish Immersion program. The program is supposed to ultimately bump Hodge Road's test scores, which came in at a 34.3 percent passing rate this year. mhankerson@newsobserver.com
Diana Villamill instructs students at Hodge Road Elementary during the first week of school and the school's new Spanish Immersion program. The program is supposed to ultimately bump Hodge Road's test scores, which came in at a 34.3 percent passing rate this year. mhankerson@newsobserver.com

State accepts lower scores; bumps eastern Wake schools’ numbers

September 04, 2014 11:24 AM