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Homewood-Flossmoor High School has a rating of “commendable” in the 2018 Illinois Report Card measurement scale. The Illinois State Board of Education has moved to a ranking system. There are four designations: exemplary, commendable, underperforming and lowest performing. The measurements are taking into account student scores on standardized tests and how well students perform on them year after year. In a presentation to the District 233 school board at the Nov. 20 meeting, Principal Jerry Lee Anderson and David Kush, assessments department chair, told board members the commendable ranking means H-F recorded no underperforming subgroups and . . .

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