Wednesday, August 25, 2010 at 10:44 am (Updated: August 25, 11:15 am)
The lowest scores you have ever seen.
Parents of Roane County Schools students can expect to see that when the state report card is released later this year, according to Director of Schools Toni McGriff.
She attributed the pending gloom to changes in how student achievement is measured by the state.
The standards have increased.
“It doesn’t mean the children know less,” McGriff told Board of Education members last week.
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