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July 8, 2014 10:32 PM

CRCT scores: Schools improving but still below state average

On Tuesday, the Georgia Department of Education released scores on Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests by school, and the results confirmed what the district-level scores showed in June: Muscogee County schools are showing improvement, but on average fall behind other schools in the state.

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