"With few exceptions, students enrolled in Oklahoma's largest school district performed poorly on state tests following a second year of higher academic standards," The Oklahoman reports
Just 16 percent of students tested in late April and early May scored proficient or better in English/language arts, according to data provided by Oklahoma City Public Schools.
The results were even worse for math, with just 13 percent of students scoring proficient or better. ...
Statewide, student proficiency rates also remained low, with just 33 percent of third-graders and 28 percent of seventh-graders scoring proficient or better in English/language arts, compared to 39 percent and 34 percent, respectively, in 2017. Sixth-grade math proficiency fell seven points to 28 percent.
In the Oklahoma City district, 13 percent of third-graders and 14 percent of seventh-graders scored proficient or better in English/language arts, compared to 17 percent and 18 percent, respectively, in 2017. Sixth-grade math proficiency, meanwhile, dropped from 17 percent to 11 percent, data shows.
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