Good News For Schools In East

By: Christine Kennedy
By: Christine Kennedy

Schools districts in the east are getting some promising news when it comes to end of grade testing. The Adequate Yearly Progress or A.Y.P preliminary results are in.

Beaufort County Schools are especially pleased by the test.

They say last year 4 out of 13 schools meet the A.Y.P requirements.

This year seven schools made the grade.

Although this is the first year students in third and eighth grades could re-take the test if they did not pass it the first time.

Which is a reason why the state says it will not compare last year's score to this year's.

The final numbers will be released on August 6th.

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  • by susan Location: greenville on Jul 27, 2009 at 08:18 PM
    bush is not a liberal, first of all. no child left behind and other similar acts are good starting points for us to work from. i agree that some teachers are remarkable and skilled and i agree families should work to motivate their children. however, the school system needs structure in order to properly function and these acts need to be further worked on to improve the situation. it will never be ideal and there will always be "amanda's" that think a rich man will marry them based only on looks and lack of ambition. we need to actively participate in order to improve this, not sit back and let the school system rot.
  • by amanda Location: nc on Jul 24, 2009 at 09:22 AM
    wrong the goal of educaton is to get kids in trouble bc of dress code or to take away their phones it like jail soo we dont have to take it hahahah i go to iss i go to sleep i get sent home bc of dress im out at ppls house or walmart in a hour u think u so smart well idk ur problem bc we dont care about school we dont need it it stupid all it does is take up time we could be workin or chillin with ppl i kno rite they should close these schools i mean all of them bc they take away kids rites but i done care i text and wear what i want i dont care if they send me to iss cos ill sleep or to home bc ill be at walmart in one hour and before u say omg u need school no i dont bc im gonna marry a rich man and do nothin but sleep an be hott while u ppl have to work hahahah have a nice life
  • by Concerned Location: Greenville on Jul 23, 2009 at 07:57 PM
    As a former educator, schools place too much credibility on testing. The goal of education is not that you can pass a test, but you can apply what you are taught. Anyone can guess! Anyone can be programmed, but after the test, "How much do they really know?" I was blessed to be taught.
  • by amanda Location: nc on Jul 23, 2009 at 02:33 PM
    oh so now ur callin me a joke too ok hows that workin for u u just jealouse u done know me u sound creepy i mean ur old and u care about some kid in school okayyyy idk ur problem why would u care i mean omg that not ur busness u done go to school and if u did ud see that nobody care bc they only out to get kids to put them in iss bc of dress code or they try to take ur cellphone when it not our fault ppl txt us how dumb is that i know rite oh and btw im gonna be a sofmore this year so i done need to be hearin u bc i pass 9th grade
  • by Will Location: Greenville on Jul 22, 2009 at 07:45 AM
    Yeah, CCC... liberals came up with No Child Left Behind - liberals like Bush. "Amanda's" comment is obviously a joke - the spelling gets progressively worse as it goes on without punctuation. Our school systems aren't failing; there are some good teachers and administrators in our schools who work with little resources at times. There are problems that need to fixed, but it is unrealistic for people to expect teachers to turn around grades of kids who never come to school or who could care less about their grades in the first place. Parents and families are just as responsible if not more so for a child's education as teachers are. When are they going to be held accountable for their kids' low grades?
  • by CCC Location: Greenville on Jul 22, 2009 at 07:15 AM
    Once again, you can thank groups such as liberals, naacp, sciu, etc.... for the joke they call EOG testing. And I won't place the true reason for this up here because WITN will not post it; too controversial.
  • by mom of 3 Location: right here on Jul 22, 2009 at 06:18 AM
    You don't have to wait til August 6th. You can visit your school web site and they should tell you where to go to find out the scores. Several Martin County Schools have already been listed.
  • by susan Location: greenville on Jul 22, 2009 at 04:45 AM
    all this report shows it that the teachers/school system is now better at teaching the test's materials. as can obviously be seen by Amanda's comment, the school system is failing in MANY other ways. EOG's and AYP results do not show the necessary changes that have yet to be made.
  • by amanda Location: nc on Jul 21, 2009 at 08:20 PM
    hahaha who cares those tests are stupid anyway i done take them bc they cant make me so ill go to iss and not have to be in some room with a teacher thinkin she all that tryin to make me take it bc it her job to write up kids an she think she hawt bc she done have to follow dress code so what it matter anyway bc if u go to iss u can txt and that way bettar than some test an i done care if i pass bc i aint goin to collage it stupid i will marry a rich man and do nothin while ppl in college omg they think they are so smart welp they arent bc if they were they wouldnt have to work they could marry rich like im gonna and jus txt or be with ppl instead of reading or whatever u do in collage soo who cares if im not takin it i done need it and they should get rid of the tests all it dos is make kids think they dumb bc the teachar done know anything on there soo the kids take it and fail how is that the kids fault it all stupid

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