District is improving, not making ‘Progress’
Morris Community High School District 101 did not meet Adequate Yearly Progress again this year, but school officials say that does not downgrade the improvements they are seeing in test scores.
As part of No Child Left Behind, every year the percentage of students meeting or exceeding state standards in math and reading on the Prairie State Achievement Examination goes up. The test is taken during junior year.This year, the percentage to be met is 85 percent of students. The majority of schools across the state struggle to meet the escalating percentages due to school sub groups.
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