RALEIGH – State Superintendent Mark Johnson recently recognized schools for meeting and exceeding academic growth.
Academic growth is an indication of the progress that students made over the past year. The state uses a statistical tool, known as EVAAS, to measure growth when common assessments are administered.
Schools that met growth include: Bain Elementary, Butler High, Clear Creek Elementary, Crestdale Middle, Elizabeth Lane Elementary, Lebanon Road Elementary, Matthews Charter Academy, Matthews Elementary, Northeast Middle and Queen’s Grant Community School.
Schools that exceeded growth include: Crown Point Elementary, Independence High and Providence High.