Students scored unsatisfactory on state reading test

Ponca City Now - May 10, 2014 8:54 am

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Nearly 16 percent of Oklahoma’s third graders scored unsatisfactory on state reading tests and could be held back next year, although state education officials say they expect that number will go down. The Oklahoma State Department of Education released figures yesterday that show nearly 80 percent of third graders are eligible to advance to fourth grade based on their reading test scores.

 

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