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By Meaghan Downs
Anderson County’s report card for accountability shows high marks for test scores, but poor grades for closing the gap for underperforming students, according to new state assessment data released last Friday.
The district rated as “needs improvement” with its overall score of 57.7 out of 100 in the state’s new Unbridled Learning assessment model, falling just below the top 30 percent of school districts across the state.
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