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PA, Sequim schools mostly beat state averages on latest test scores

August 28th, 2013 - 6:16am

(Port Angeles) -- Port Angeles School District students fared higher across the board on state testing results.

The results from testing last year measured apptititude in reading, math, writing and science.

Port Angeles students were up significantly in science scores and all grade levels ranged nearly 10 percent higher than state averages in reading and writing. Most grade levels exceeded state averages in math, except for fourth and fifth graders.

In Sequim, students were above the state average in all reading and science categories.

But in math and writing but had mixed results in math and writing, in those two categories the district slipped to 10 percent below the state average in some cases.

Washington's educational testing standards measure proficiency in reading, writing, mathematics, and science. The published results are available on line at the "OSPI" web page.

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