New Orleans student scores fall short of superintendent's vow

05/12/2004 | Times-Picayune (New Orleans), The

Preliminary Louisiana Educational Assessment Program test results released by the state last Friday revealed that New Orleans students failed to make the dramatic gains promised by Anthony Amato when he took over the superintendent's job. While eighth- and 10th-grade students registered modest gains in cutting failure rates and achieving basic proficiency levels, the district did not outscore the state's school systems in any categories.

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