Sullivan East, Central Hvac Woes Pile Up $5m Price Tag And Climbing | Kingsport Times-news

She said in grades K-8, math achievement scores were slightly down in a combination of proficient and advanced TCAP or Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program testing although advanced by itself increased. Value-added math scores met expectations, she said. As for K-8 language arts, she said those scores were OK and value-added not as good as math, while K-8 science was in a holding pattern and negative in value-added except in fifth grade. Social studies had a jump she attributed to teachers forging ahead with more rigorous curriculum that won’t be tested until 2015-16, with value-added scores not so good. Innovation Academy of Northeast Tennessee, a grades 6-8 science, technology, engineering and math school, did markedly better in all subject areas except math, and she said that was because its students took a high school Algebra I test. When compared to other freshmen in the system, the IA students did better at 76.2 proficient and advanced compared to 64.4 percent systemwide. In high school, end-of-course testing was up in all but English III and U.S. History, while value-added Algebra I was down and Algebra II was right at the state level.
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Sullivan East, Central Hvac Woes Pile Up $5m Price Tag And Climbing | Kingsport Times-news

She said in grades K-8, math achievement scores were slightly down in a combination of proficient and advanced TCAP or Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program testing although advanced by itself increased. Value-added math scores met expectations, she said. As for K-8 language arts, she said those scores were OK and value-added not as good as math, while K-8 science was in a holding pattern and negative in value-added except in fifth grade. Social studies had a jump she attributed to teachers forging ahead with more rigorous curriculum that won’t be tested until 2015-16, with value-added scores not so good. Innovation Academy of Northeast Tennessee, a grades 6-8 science, technology, engineering and math school, did markedly better in all subject areas except math, and she said that was because its students took a high school Algebra I test. When compared to other freshmen in the system, the IA students did better at 76.2 proficient and advanced compared to 64.4 percent systemwide. In high school, end-of-course testing was up in all but English III and U.S. History, while value-added Algebra I was down and Algebra II was right at the state level.
For the original version of the article including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.timesnews.net/article/9084697/sullivan-east-central-hvac-woes-pile-up-5m-price-tag-and-climbing