Student performance in Tennessee has generally improved for the second straight year, based on Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program results released by Gov. Bill Haslam’s administration Tuesday.
A greater percentage of high school students performed better on “end of course” test scores over last year in English II, Algebra I and II, and Biology. Results slightly dropped, however, in English I and U.S. History. In fact, test scores in U.S. History dropped for at least the second straight year, based on results posted on the state Department of Education website. Click here to read the full article