Lowest Achieving

Some articles on lowest achieving:

Sharon City School District - Academic Achievement
... (PDE) released a report identifying three Sharon City School District schools as among the lowest achieving schools for reading and mathematics in 2011 ... High School are all three among the 15% lowest achieving schools in the Commonwealth ... Fifty three public schools in Allegheny County were among the lowest achieving schools in 2011 ...
Philipsburg-Osceola School District - Academic Achievement
... Area School District elementary school as among the lowest achieving schools for reading and mathematics in 2011 ... Elementary School is one of the 15% lowest achieving schools in the Commonwealth ... Three public schools in Clearfield County are among the lowest achieving Pennsylvania public schools in 2011 (also an elementary school in Dubois Area School District ...
Duquesne City School District - Academic Achievement
... a report identifying Duquesne City School District school as among the lowest achieving schools for reading and mathematics in 2011 ... Duquesne City School is among the 15% lowest achieving schools in the Commonwealth ... Fifty three public schools in Allegheny County are among the lowest achieving schools in 2011 ...
Bethlehem-Center School District - Academic Achievement
... identifying a Bethlehem-Center School District school as among the lowest achieving schools for reading and mathematics in 2011 ... Bethlehem-Center Middle School was listed among the 15% lowest achieving schools in the Commonwealth ... public school in Washington County on the lowest achieving schools in 2011 ...

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