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Rural South Carolina District Boosts Math, Language Scores

School Improvement Network has announced a new case study showing how a rural South Carolina district raised math scores 15% and language arts scores 10% while using the Educator Effectiveness System.
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School Improvement Network has announced a new case study showing how a rural South Carolina district raised math scores 15% and language arts scores 10% while using the Educator Effectiveness System.

The Educator Effectiveness System is a solution that combines personalized professional learning, teacher observations and evaluations, and support and resources for Common Core implementation.

To read the full report of Clarendon School District One's use of the Educator Effectiveness System, click here. For a free trial of the Educator Effectiveness System, click here.

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