By Tim Willert Staff Writer email@example.comOklahoma City Public Schools Superintendent Aurora Lora had warned that tougher state tests would result in lower scores across the board.
She wasn't kidding.
Preliminary results obtained by The Oklahoman on Thursday show that nearly 83 percent of students in the district scored below proficient on new English and math tests taken last spring.
At 13 district schools, including nine elementary schools, every student in at least one grade who was tested failed to demonstrate proficiency in either English or math.Read more on NewsOK.com
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