Two Oklahoma school districts get F’s on report card
Farris Public Schools received an F for failing to test at least 90 percent of the students, in part because the Oklahoma Education Department invalidated a number of tests after finding irregularities.
Only two school districts received F’s under the new grading system launched by lawmakers to inform parents about school and district performance.
Farris Public Schools in Atoka County received an F, despite having attained a score that ordinarily would be a solid B, because the district failed to test at least 90 percent of its...
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