In yet another colossal blunder, the Delaware DOE didn’t get the charter school SAT scores from the College Board. At the State Board of Education meeting last Thursday, Brian Touchette and Rita Fry from the Office Assessment gave a presentation on the SAT scores for all of the high schools in the state. But he forgot that one crucial part…the charter schools.
According to the office of assessment, SAT scores were slightly down for African-American and slightly up for Hispanics. Touchette explained he was unable to get the information for low-income students because of glitches in the system due to the new DOE website. What is it with this DOE and low-income data? http://kilroysdelaware.wordpress.com/2014/10/06/delaware-department-of-education-busted-for-falsifying-low-income-data-washingtonpost-huffingtonpost-edude-netde-neatoday-nsbacomm-natlgovsassoc-usedgov-arneduncan-educationoig-destateboar/
When giving the presentation, it was very visible on the graph that Red Clay was much higher than the other districts. Touchette explained this was due to the fact charter schools are part of Red Clay Consolidated…
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