Louisiana’s school performance scores will be released tomorrow. The Advocate’s Will Sentell reports on this year’s rating being the last to be graded on a “curve”.
Check the Wall Street Journal and Allysia Finley’s op-ed: “Why Black Colleges Need Charter Schools”. http://on.wsj.com/2h7t0Vs
Have a great week!
No more curve: School letter grades on Tuesday will be last of their kind
The policy, which morphed from two to four years, requires a curved system in how the state rates the effectiveness of about 1,400 schools. That means the highest-scoring schools would get an A and the other schools’ scores would be distributed proportionally. The distribution of schools rated A, B, C, D and F cannot change from year to year. But all that ends after the 2016-17 grades are announced on Tuesday at 11 a.m.
School performance scores to be released Tuesday
Bullied teen gets back on course through online school
That’s when she turned to the Louisiana Virtual Charter Academy (LAVCA). The academy is a full-time, tuition-free, online public charter school. Students can enroll online or with the help of enrollment counselors over the phone.
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