Warren County School officials say their concern is with the sixth graders scores.
Bowling Green City School officials say Parker Bennett Curry and Dishman McGinnis' scores stayed flat, and didn't see the improvement they would have liked.
To help improve the scores for the next round of tests, Paker Bennett Curry's curriculum is going to include a program that focuses on reading and writing. Students at Dishman McGinnis will use a phonics-based system.
Warren County officials say Briarwood and Cumberland Trace Elementaries had a significant overall change in the total for the three subjects tested. They also say Alvaton and Natcher Elementaries, as well as, Greenwood High did well on the test. Bowling Green officials report Potter Gray, McNeill, T.C. Cherry, and Bowling Green High all did well on the exam.
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