Wednesday, January 30, 2008

More students passing tests after Thornton funding kicked in

In the Baltimore Sun...

A record $3.3 billion in new local and state school spending during the past five years largely has gone toward the hiring of new teachers, raising salaries and lowering the ratio of students to teachers, according to a new report to the Maryland General Assembly.

At the same time, the number of students passing state reading and math tests has increased in every county.

Read more HERE.

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