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Majority of SE Texas Schools Fall Short of Government Standards

Posted on 1/12/2013 by with 0 comments

Higher federal standards and a tougher Texas standardized test swamped schools in 2012, with 80 percent of local districts flunking what many hope will be their last Adequate Yearly Progress report card.

The only school districts not put on notice by the U.S. Department of Education were Bridge City, Hamshire-Fannett, High Island and Lumberton. The Bob Hope Charter School is Port Arthur also got passing marks.

 

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