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Monday, November 19, 2018
At New Hope Elementary School, a 44.7-point achievement gap persisted between with individualized education plans and without individualized education plans students in 2017.
The truancy rate at New Hope Elementary School rose to 2 percent during the 2016-17 school year, according to a SE Illinois News analysis of the latest Illinois schools report card.
More than 95.1 percent of teachers stay at New Hope Elementary School year to year, according to the 2017 three-year average in the latest Illinois schools report card.
At New Hope Elementary School, a 17.1-point achievement gap persisted between low income and non low income students in 2017.
State residents enrolled at Christian Life College face among the lowest cost of attending four-year in-state colleges and universities in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.
Academic results data released recently reveals 49 percent of New Hope Elementary School students are considered on track for the next grade level.
About 42 percent of New Hope Elementary School students passed annual math assessments in 2017 and 58 percent of students failed.
About 56 percent of New Hope Elementary School students passed annual English language arts assessments in 2017 and 44 percent of students failed.
The Illinois Department of Central Management Services met Oct. 24 to receive committee updates.
The Illinois Department of Central Management Services met Sept. 19 to review the list of contracts.
The Columbia High School cheerleaders continued a recent run of success by placing second at the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) state competition.
It is not much of an exaggeration to say that Waterloo could just use
last year's programs for this season's games.
Illinois state workers seeking to negotiate a new contact with the state don’t just want more money; they want less accountability.
Columbia High School's boys soccer team got off to another strong start to the season this year by jumping out to a 3-0 record going into Sept. 6's action.
Experience and talent will be in strong supply for Columbia this season.
42.4 percent of Marion High School's 2015 senior class enrolled was "college ready."
52.7 percent of Marion High School's 2015 graduating class enrolled in college
SE Illinois News