Area Schools ‘make the grade’ on state report cards

The state posted the 2010 N.C. school report cards last week, and area schools show continued improvement.

The district has cut almost $150 million from its budget over the past two years and anticipates cutting up to $90 million next year. Despite those losses, the number of Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools showing academic growth increased for the fourth year in a row, with 94.1 percent of schools meeting or exceeding the state’s expectations in 2009-10, Superintendent Peter Gorman said last week.

For more information about student performance, attendance, class size, school safety, teacher quality and classroom technology, visit www.ncreport
cards.org.

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