Schools get report cards from the state

First day of school report cards.

The seven public school districts, and their individual campuses, received a report card Thursday from the Texas Education Agency designed by the non-educators in the Texas Legislature to try and inform the public as to how good a job they are doing educating their students.

And while the results varied from A’s by the Saint Jo and Prairie Valley districts, to D’s for the Forestburg district, there is a common thread amongst educators – distrust as to whether the grade ratings truly reflect the quality of education they are providing.

Read more about the school’s scores in this week’s edition of The Nocona News.

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