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National Massage Therapy Institute Provides Students With New Test-Prep Software For National Exam Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) March 14, 2011 â€“ National Massage Therapy Institute (NMTI) will now provide its students with the premier test-prep course for the National Certification Exam in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork through North Star Learning as part of its core curriculum.
By Miranda C.R. White REDLANDS - Members of the Redlands school board discussed two major issues at their meeting Tuesday - standardized test results and the 2008-2009 budget.
By Lisa Vernon-Sparks Officials take a look at procedures after lower-than-expected scores on standardized state exams. Three school districts -- East Greenwich, Exeter-West Greenwich and Coventry -- typically are among the sharper performers on standardized state tests.
By Lisa Vernon-Sparks East Greenwich, Exeter-West Greenwich and Coventry are used to the higher achievements they've logged on the state's math, writing and reading exams.
By Jerry Berrios; George B. Sanchez Its students made modest gains in math and English this year, but the Los Angeles Unified School District still lags behind the state average and remains on a watch list for falling short of federal goals, according to state exam results released Thursday.
Illinois students in grades 3-8 recently completed their annual weeklong series of standardized tests - the Illinois Standard Achievement Tests.
By Wendy Leung The unveiling of state testing results Thursday showed area students maintained or improved their academic proficiencies, allowing many schools to begin the semester on a positive note.
By George B. Sanchez Despite ongoing efforts to boost test scores and achievement, Los Angeles Unified students showed only slight gains in state results released Thursday and continued to lag below statewide averages.
By Larry Gierer, Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, Ga. Jul. 25--The scores for Muscogee County students having to retake the Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests are in, and the percentage of those passing improved at every level.
By Ana Ribeiro, Star-News, Wilmington, N.C. Jul. 20--The state expects local school systems to release their math scores, high school reading scores and adequate yearly progress stats for the end-of-year tests on Monday, says a state schools' spokeswoman.