County school system meets AYP goals,...

County school system meets AYP goals, Superintendent disputes Luverne score

There are 1 comment on the The Luverne Journal story from Aug 16, 2012, titled County school system meets AYP goals, Superintendent disputes Luverne score. In it, The Luverne Journal reports that:

The Alabama State Department of Education released its annual Adequate Yearly Progress results last week, and officially, Highland Home and Brantley were the only two schools that made AYP.

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mallory white

Foley, AL

#1 Sep 20, 2012
thats because their the only two that really care and put in the hard work with the students,h.h.s works even harder!i can say this because my children have been in all three schools and you could not pay me to send mine back to l.h.s. and i definately wouldnt reccomend that school even now that im in baldwin county i still say HHS IS THE BEST AND ALWAYS WILL BE.GO BIG BLUE!!!

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