DL 'star' ratings bring joy, consternation
Three years ago, Roosevelt Elementary School in Detroit Lakes received a "three star" rating for its state reading and math assessment test (Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment, or MCA) results.
A "three star" rating means that a school is meeting state standards for "adequate yearly progress," or AYP.
But according to Jerry Hanson, principal of Roosevelt Elementary, that star rating was "a low three and three."
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