Posts Tagged ‘score’

Private business facing another year of cloudy fiscal outlook

by Ted Carter Published: October 21,2012

Tags: Chevis Swetman, economic recession, Lou Finkle, private business, score, The Peoples Bank

It’s often been said it takes a lean dog to run a long race. And with that in mind, staying lean is a likely survival strategy for Mississippi’s private businesses heading into 2013. Even companies with fat cash reserves are keeping lean, preferring to horde their money until signs of an economic turnaround become clearer. […] [...]

Commission sides with newspaper in school test-cheating probe

by Associated Press Published: September 13,2012

Tags: achievement, cheat, commission, education, ethics, media, newspaper, open records, probe, public education, school, score, state agency, student, teacher, test

GREENWOOD — The Mississippi Ethics Commission has sided with the Greenwood Commonwealth newspaper and says the state Department of Education should hand over documents from any probe of possible cheating on achievement tests in Leflore County. In a non-binding opinion issued last Friday, the Ethics Commission agreed with the newspaper that such documents are public […] [...]

Officials want changes to new school-rating system

JACKSON — Even before school and district report cards graded “A” to “F” are rolled out for the first time, it’s clear that lawmakers and education officials have a strong appetite for further changes to how schools are graded. In a hearing yesterday, Mississippi Department of Education officials told lawmakers they expect to examine new […] [...]

State students’ ACT scores remain lowest in nation

by Associated Press Published: August 23,2012

Tags: college, education, exam, higher education, score, test, university

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — Mississippi’s ACT scores remained the worst in the nation last year, despite an increasing number of students taking courses that are supposed to prepare them for college. The testing organization, based in Iowa City, Iowa, says that only 11 percent of Mississippi students were ready for college in English, math, reading and […] [...]

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