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Harriman Middle School will be getting a visit from Tennessee Department of Education officials this year because of the school’s improvements in seventh-grade language arts.
The school did extremely well this year in its Tennessee Value Added Assessment System scores.
“Harriman Middle School finished the top 10 in the state last year in their growth (overall),” said Roane County Schools Director Gary Aytes.
The report assesses the schools in both achievement and value added.
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