Wednesday, August 29, 2007

SAT Scores Down, Mirroring Nation

The local papers all have stories about a national decline in SAT scores, reflecting a downward trend in the two years since the college entrance test was revised and expanded. WaPo said Maryland's scores fell 13 points overall, and Virginia's dipped five points.

Howard scores dropped a total of six points.

“We are extremely proud of the performance of our students on the SAT,” Superintendent Sydney Cousin said in a statement. “Our average scores are consistently above the average state and national scores. That’s commendable.”

See what else school officials had to say here.








































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2006 2007 2006 2007 2006 2007
HCPSS 539 537 559 556 538 537
Maryland 503 500 509 502 499 496
Nation 503 502 518 515 497 494


1 comment:

jim adams said...

Thanks for this coverage