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H-F administrators say Illinois Report Card numbers can be misleading

The statistics from a standardized test administered once a year don't provide a full picture of the successes of Homewood-Flossmoor High School students, according to information presented by Principal Jerry Lee Anderson and Assessments Department Chair David Kush.The Illinois Report Card is the state’s official source for information about public schools across Illinois. Information includes academic progress, district environment and data on students, teachers and administrators.In a presentation for the H-F school board assessing the Illinois Report Card numbers, Anderson and Kush reported that 92 percent of freshmen are on track to graduate on . . .

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