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Most students show growth after intensive remediation

Posted July 11, 2012

The Hill School of Wilmington participates in the pre-post test data collection practice as prescribed by The Hill Center.  The Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Achievement are administered to each student in the fall and then again in the spring. This year, we were very pleased with the overall results. The average growth for reading, writing, and math was more than expected. Helping students with learning differences gain ground is crucial to helping them eventually assimilate back into the regular classroom. Gaining this ground and not staying stagnant, however, is quite the challenge. We couldn’t be more gratified with the students’ progress this year. 






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