Wakefield-Marenisco district works at improving test scores

 


WAKEFIELD — The Wakefield-Marenisco Board of Education on Monday heard a report from the district’s School Improvement Team on changes in place for this school year to positively impact student achievement.

Superintendent Cathy Shamion told the board the staff, working with the SIT, analyzed state test results and identified areas in which to focus for increased student achievement.

“Our English Language Arts scores on the MSTEP have remained consistently good,” Shamion said. “This is the result of a five-year focus on literacy in grades K-6 and on having a dedicated 90-minut...



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