Schools prepare for state testing change

Lebanon schools will be ready for the transition from one state-mandated testing program to another in 2015. That the report Assistant Director of Schools Nancy Ash gave the Lebanon Board of Education on Monday at its regular meeting. Ash said Lebanon schools started transitioning f...
Mar 11, 2013
 Photo: Jared Felkins • Lebanon Democrat

Lebanon Director of Schools Scott Benson presents certificates to English as a Second Language students Michelle Venegas and Alexis Galvez as teacher Debbie Vaughn looks on Monday during the Lebanon Board of Education meeting.

 

Lebanon schools will be ready for the transition from one state-mandated testing program to another in 2015.

That the report Assistant Director of Schools Nancy Ash gave the Lebanon Board of Education on Monday at its regular meeting.

Ash said Lebanon schools started transitioning from the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program to the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers program this year with the full switch to take place in 2015

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