CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) –
Students in Cleveland schools aren’t doing very well, according to the National Assessment of Educational Process.
The NAEP report, out Thursday, shows how well CMSD students did on tests in February and March of 2013, last school year.
Out of 21 large city districts in the nation, Cleveland students scores came in second to last. They only district they scored better than is Detroit.
The NAEP a federally-run test that measures states and cities on the same standards.
To read the CMSD’s statement on the report, click here: 19ActionNews.com
Article and Picture Courtesy of WOIO 19 Action News
Cleveland Students Have a Long Journey to Catch Up on National Scores was originally published on wzakcleveland.com
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