Georgia School Tests

ATLANTA (AP) _ It's no surprise how Georgia students performed on state-mandated exams this year.

The state has been warning parents for weeks about failing scores on sixth- and seventh-grade social studies and eighth-grade math tests. The official Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests scores released by state education officials Tuesday confirm that students did not perform well in subjects where there was a harder curriculum and tougher test this year.

But scores did improve in many areas where students had taken two or more years of the new curriculum.

WSWG TV 415 Pine Avenue Suite 100 Albany, GA 31701
Copyright © 2002-2016 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability 19718659 -
Gray Television, Inc.