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Department of Education grades Oklahoma schools

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The Oklahoma Department of Education releases it's state-wide report card with Grove Public Schools receiving above average and excellent scores including Delaware County's only top grade.

The report cards are similar to grades given to students:

 

  • 33% of the grade is based on students achievement on state exams.
  • 33% is based on school performance factors like attendance and drop-out rates.
  • 17% is based on overall student growth
  • 17% is based on student growth of the bottom 25 percent of students

 

Lower elementary students in Grove earned an "A", while the other Grove schools earned an overall "B" grade.

The Grove superintendent says there is room for improvement in Reading by upper elementary students, who earned an "F" in that category.

To find the grades for your school district visit:  Oklahoma State Department of Education A-F Report Cards

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