Lexington One Students Improve Pass Rates on High School Exit Exams

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Lexington One Students Improve Pass Rates on High School Exit Exams
News from Patch.com:

Seventy-nine percent or nearly 4 out of 5 of South Carolina’s students who took both the English language arts (ELA) and mathematics High School Assessment Program (HSAP) exams passed on their first attempt, according to 2010-11 school year data released on Friday from the State Department of Education. 

In Lexington One, the percentage of students who passed the ELA section in the 2010-2011 school year increased by 1.8 percent compared to last year to 92.3 percent. The percentage of students who passed the math portion increased by a slight 0.7 percent to 92.1 percent.

Statewide, the data also showed that the percentage of students who passed End of Course (EOC) exams in Algebra, Physical Science and U.S. History, increased from the 2009-10 school year. English was the only subject area to show a decrease.

In Lexington One, however, pass rates were more mixed. Versus the 2009-2010 school year, pass rates in 2010-2011 improved 1.7 percent in Algebra and 1.6 perc…………… continues on Patch.com
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