Four Camden principals will be reassigned for schools’ low performance

    Nearly all of Camden’s public schools have been designated “priority schools” — a label for some of New Jersey’s lowest-performing schools.

    At four such schools in Camden, the principals will be reassigned.
    In those schools, according to the Inquirer, an average of fewer than 30 percent of students have reached the proficiency level on their standardized tests in the three-year period that began in fail 2008.

    New regulations under the state Department of Education dictate that prinicipals will be replaced if their schools cannot improve student improve in three years.


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