The Ludlow Board of Education gave a progress report this week, announcing that its elementary and middle schools scored proficient/progressing, while Ludlow High School earned a proficient rating in recent state test results. It was also announced that the district as a whole scored proficient for the second straight year.
The “progressing” portion indicates that a school grew at a greater rate than other schools.
Superintendent Mike Borchers said that the state testing model may change next year to be less comparison-based and focus more on collaborative growth.
At the same meeting, each school's principal gave an assessment of their strengths and areas for additional improvement.
In other actions, board members approved the district’s investment policy and announced it will now bank with BB&T. The board also passed its updated special education procedures.
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