GISD takes look at plans to improve student performance

A public hearing on Graham ISD’s 2015-16 state performance assessment was held last week to discuss the district’s struggles with English language learning and special education students. The Texas Education Agency (TEA) provides the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR) report each year and its purpose is to describe the district performance based on laws set by the state. Curriculum director for GISD Gary Browning gave an overview Wednesday, Jan.11 of the 22-page report and said that the school is working toward improvement in those two areas. “If you look through the demographic data you will find that our English ...

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