Tenn. posts mixed results in efforts to close achievement gaps

The achievement gap between students with disabilities, as well as English-language learners, and their peers appears to be widening in a majority of Tennessee school districts, according to recent testing data released Monday by the state Department of Education. However, some districts have narrowed gaps in performance of students who are African-American, Hispanic and Native-American and their peers, as well as among students from low-income backgrounds, data show.

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