KISD Assistant Superintendent Angie Ramirez presented a power point presentation that reported on schools and subject comparison data at the meeting. The detailed charts focused on the beginning of the year (BOY) and middle of the year, MOY, comparison data. The first BOY and MOY comparison data report was on accelerated reading from the first grade to the eighth grade.  Next was the BOY and MOY comparison data on reading from the third grade to the eighth grade. Other BOY and MOY comparison data included English, math, writing, math, algebra, science, biology, social studies, U.S. history subjects. 

“We are looking at data to see patterns that need targeting intervention and homing in to improve the reading level of all students,” said Dr. Reynolds Perez. 

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