Nov 10, 2011 Amanda Seef Uncategorized
Two Onondaga County school districts and schools in eight districts have been recommended for improvement by the state department of education.
Read the list of schools that need improvement here. Scroll to page 54 for Onondaga County.
Read the list of districts that need improvement here.
A total of 1,325 schools and 123 districts were identified by the state as needing improvement. The recommendation comes under the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act — commonly referred to as the No Child Left Behind Act.
North Syracuse Central Schools was newly added to the list of districts. Syracuse City Schools is now in its ninth year on the list. Both fail to meet federal standards in English Language Arts.
The state added an “unprecedented” number of schools to the district list this year — 89. A total of 123 districts state-wide are needing improvement, state education officials said. In addition, 847 individual schools have been added to the list, bringing the total to 1,325 elementary, middle and high schools state-wide that need improvement.
The schools recommended for improvement in English Language Arts are:
Syracuse City Schools recommended for improvement include: