MMR scores improve at high school, drop elsewhere
Last week, the Minnesota Department of Education released its public school accountability results from the 2012-2013 school year.
“There was some disappointment when we saw the numbers,” said Perham-Dent Superintendent Mitch Anderson.
Heart of the Lakes Elementary and Prairie Wind Middle School saw their Multiple Measurement Rating (MMR) scores drop to 40.67 and 56.52 percent, respectively.
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