3rd-grade CSAP reading scores remain consistent | CraigDailyPress.com

3rd-grade CSAP reading scores remain consistent

Moffat County School District third-grade students were consistent in state assessment reading scores this year, according to Tuesday’s Colorado Department of Education release of preliminary scores.

The district had 60 percent of its third graders score proficient or advanced on the Colorado Student Assessment Program exam, down slightly from 2009’s 61 percent.

Moffat County’s average remains below the state average, which fell from 2009’s 73 percent to this year’s 70 percent.

CDE released third-grade reading CSAP scores to the public Tuesday and will release all official CSAP scores

in August.

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CDE reported the data as “preliminary and unofficial” because it has yet to undergo a review process.

Sandrock Elementary School scored the lowest in Moffat County with 44 percent proficient or advanced, and Ridgeview Elementary led the district with 81 percent.

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