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Crook County Schools have made exceptional progress in reading scores, but that did not keep them off of the list for school districts needing improvement according to an Oregon Department of Education Adequate Yearly Progress Report. Crook County School Superintendent Duane Yecha says he believes that they have worked diligently on math and other subjects and have made very good progress; but it was not enough to take them off the "needs improvement" list. He adds that to get off the list, schools need to show consistent improvement over two years. The Jefferson County School District 509-J is also on the “needs improvement” list, and are eligible for Title 1A funding.

 

 

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