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Results arrive for science MCAS

Posted By Denebola On October 25, 2007 @ 3:00 pm In News | Comments Disabled

By David Han22 percent of students throughout Massachusetts failed the 2006
Science & Physics MCAS exam.
Newton South is ahead of the statewide average with less than three
percent of the students receiving a failing grade.
“I think that, from what I remember, the test was not too incredibly
difficult. I am glad to know that I am probably not part of that 22
percent,” sophomore Ben Chelmow said.
Some students credited their teachers for their performance exceeding
the state’s.
“I think my science teacher did a good job preparing us for the MCAS,”
sophomore Naomi Frankston said.
“The teachers did a great job teaching the materials for the MCAS,”
sophomore Ted Tsien said.

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[1] Uncovering the Origins of the MCAS: http://www.denebolaonline.net/2008/03/19/uncovering-the-origins-of-the-mcas/

[2] Piloting a new MCAS: http://www.denebolaonline.net/2008/03/19/piloting-a-new-mcas/

[3] Acheivement through standardized testing: http://www.denebolaonline.net/2008/03/19/acheivement-through-standardized-testing/

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[5] The MCAS Controversy: http://www.denebolaonline.net/2008/03/19/the-mcas-controversy/

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