GEORGIA MILESTONES: 2018 METRO ATLANTA RESULTS
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“The (Dunleith) teaching staff was intentional about how they used past academic data and meticulous about how they offered targeted interventions to every single student in need of support,” said Marietta City Schools superintendent Grant Rivera.
Marietta’s sole middle school had a 2.9 percent increase of proficiency on the math assessment, from 27.8 percent proficient or higher in 2017 to 28.6 percent in 2018.
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This how the elementary students did on the reading exam:
• Dunleith: 30.1 percent proficient or higher, up 33.2 percent from 2017
• West Side: 70.6 percent proficient or higher, up 22.8 percent from 2017
• Sawyer Road: 27.1 percent proficient or higher, up 20.4 percent from 2017
• Hickory Hills: 30.8 percent proficient or higher, up 13.7 percent from 2017
• Park Street: 14 percent proficient or higher, up 5.3 percent from 2017
• Marietta Center for Advanced Academics: 81.5 percent proficient or higher, down 4.5 percent from 2017
• Lockheed: 23 percent proficient or higher, down 7.3 percent from 2017
• A.L. Burruss: 28.3 percent proficient or higher, down 13.2 percent from 2017
Newsroom Data Specialists Jacquelyn Elias and Jennifer Peebles contributed to this article.
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