Scores released for third-grade reading and math, fourth-, eighth- and 10th-grade writing
By Alice Du Pont
Wednesday, June 5, 2013 at 3:15 pm (Updated: June 5, 3:31 pm)
The Florida Department of Education released the latest Florida Comprehensive Assessment Tests results May 24. Overall, students raised their scores on state writing tests. Most improvements were made among minorities and elementary school children, according to DOE.
According to the DOE, African-American students made some of the largest gains, improving their writing scores by 6 points overall.
In Gadsden County, the scores below reflect the percentage of third-graders (by school) scoring 3 or above in reading and mathematics:
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