Fayetteville's Ramay Junior High Recognized As A ‘Most Improved’ School In Geometry

Award Based On Six Years Of Benchmark Scores

Posted: December 24, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Geometry students at Ramay Junior High School can pat themselves on the back for a job well done on Arkansas Benchmark exams given between 2007 and 2013. Their work resulted in recognition from the University of Arkansas Office of Education Policy as one of the most improved in math performance.

At A Glance

Recognition List

Test scores from schools across Arkansas are reviewed by the education policy office to develop an annual list of schools in several different categories, including end-of-course exams in algebra, geometry and biology. Other junior high schools in the most improved category with Ramay Junior High School are: Chaffin and Kimmons junior high schools in Fort Smith, Hot Springs Middle Schools, Green County Tech, Greenwood, Booneville, Ozark, Vilonia and Pocahontas junior high schools.

Source: Office Of Education Policy, University of Arkansas.

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