Prior to the currently used system, grades were given to schools based on state math and English based test scores.
“Regarding the rating, there is a great deal of concern regarding the fairness of the rating system. We are very, very pleased on the (overall) outcome of the grades. As with all evaluations, we try to look at it and read what it has to say as a means to maintain those things we are doing right and get improvement on those things and areas need improvement. In every one of our buildings that received a grade letter less than “A” we will be looking at the things that caused them to get a “B” or “C” rating and make a concerted effort to raise all of the grades,” Dr. Williams said.
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