With fall assessments now in the rearview mirror, Flossmoor School District 161 officials are unpacking some of the data gained from them and trying to figure out what it means as a unique school year progresses.
Officials discussed the results of the NWEA MAP and aimswebPlus assessments on Monday, Oct. 26, during a special meeting of D161 Board of Education, including data trends throughout the district, parent communication of student performance data, and the implementation of school improvement plans.
Both tests were administered remotely this fall.
Many of the averages reported for the . . .
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