Paulding students increase scores on college entra...
by Tom Spigolon
tspigolon@neighbornewspapers.com
06:52 PM, Thursday, September 03
Paulding high school students increased their scores on two college entrance exams in 2015 compared to 2014. And county students who took one of the two, the SAT, last school year scored higher than county students in the previous six years, the s...

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