June 22, 2011
The federal No Child Left Behind Act requires states to determine whether schools and districts are making adequate progress to get all students proficient in reading and mathematics by 2014.
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Clark Middle School is taking steps to improve its AYP scores next time around.
Graduation rate sinks under new state formula
A recent spate of good news for the Basehor-Linwood school district continued this week when it received its most state Standard of Excellence awards ever.
A report this week from Topeka about Kansas schools achieving academic barometers brought mostly good news for area educators.
All three elementary schools in USD 204 made adequate yearly progress last school year, as did Bonner Springs High School. Clark Middle School and the district as a whole, however, fell short. But that’s just how the situation looks now.