State scores rise; Dixon’s scores decline
In a Nov. 2 letter to The Reader’s Voice [“Move forward with vision at Dixon Schools”], Pam Short Tourtillott wrote: “The quality of education our students receive is of the highest. Test scores are on the rise.”
Actually, test scores are on the rise all over the state.
Between 2006 and 2012, the state’s average ISAT math and reading scores rose at every grade level by at least 2.1 points (third-grade math) and by up to 9.3 points (fifth-grade reading).
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