Douglas sees good, bad in state test scores
by Bill Baldowski
04:02 PM, Wednesday, July 09
Douglas County public school students continue to do well on the reading and English language arts sections of the Criterion Referenced Competency Test but still are seeking improvement in math, a school system official said. Pam Nail, Douglas Cou...

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