For the first time this year, Inside Jersey based its scores on four years worth of High School
Proficiency Assessment data released by the New Jersey Department of
Education, which was then weighted with SAT scores as well.
Both Brick Township high schools received "D" grades, even though the test scores in both areas rose over the study period, according to nj.com. The report noted that schools with "D" grades showed "below average scores, below average growth."
Although previous data may indicate "below average" scores, school officials in the district have already started to implement an ambitious plan that they say will improve test scores, get the two high schools in
sync in terms of curriculum and create a professional learning
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