Better, but still behind

Proficiency scores for eighth-graders in Prince George's County have improved in the past five years, but they still lag behind the state average and other nearby Maryland counties. Read related article.

Proficiency scores for eighth-graders in Prince George's County still lag behind the state average.
Source: Maryland State Department of Education. The Washington Post. Published on April 27, 2013, 8:58 p.m.
 
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