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Students in Alexandria School District 206 fared well in the latest round of state testing.
A glance at the results of Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment (MCA) reading and math scores reveal that Alexandria School District 206 students continue to outperform their Minnesota peers in proficiency, as well as nine regional school districts with comparable demographics, according to District 206 leaders.
It will soon be time for both junior high and high school students to select classes for the next semester or school year. ACT offers valuable information to students and their parents to help students prepare for the future.
Minnesota students are better prepared for career and postsecondary education than they were only a few years ago according to Minnesota graduation requirements results announced Tuesday by the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE).
Student scores for MCA-II tests this year showed marked improvements – both statewide and within school districts in and around Douglas County.
Math and reading MCA-II tests are required under the federal No Child Left Behind Act.
By Celeste Beam, Staff Reporter
, July 16, 2008
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