COAHOMA â€“ Coahoma fifth graders scored above both regional and state averages in their math and reading STAAR assessments while eighth graders scored above average for the region and on par for the state for their reading tests.
â€śThe greatest area of student growth came in the performance of the fifth graders on the math assessment,â€ť said Amy Jacobs, CISD Superintendent. â€śThis yearâ€™s fifth grade class scored 81 percent, a 26 precent increase over their met standard percentage on the fourth grade math assessment in 2013. The fifth graders scored 82 percent in reading."
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