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Area Students Struggling To Meet Proficiency

August 15, 2014

Eleven percent of Chautauqua County sixth-graders reached Level 4 on their English language arts assessment this past school year, the highest percentage for any cohort in math or ELA in the county....

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carlaw

Aug-15-14 4:12 AM

Or maybe we should encourage more ELA students to flood our classrooms. The demography is changing rapidly. Under the circumstances they are doing well.

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instigator

Aug-15-14 3:33 AM

let's give the incompetent teachers a raise and more time off, that should fix it!

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