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Roane County Schools is one of eight systems in the state considered high priority, according to the latest adequate yearly progress data released by the Tennessee Department of Education.
Adequate yearly progress data looks at whether a school system or school is making gains in academic achievement in student performance on annual tests. It is a requirement under the federal government’s No Child Left Behind law.
According to the state, a school system is designated high priority for not meeting benchmarks in the same subject area for two years.
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