Carl Perkins WyCTA State Report: Secondary Schools and Students, 2003-2004.
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This document examines the progress of Wyoming State Schools. The following areas are brought into consideration in the progress: (1) demographics; (2) federal indicators; (3) technology preparation; (4) CTSO participation; (5) vocational education in schools; and (6) other services. Results for the 2003-2004 school year show that Wyoming students are continuing to progress at a steady pace. However, while Wyoming schools are to be commended for the continued improvement in the performance of their students, schools must take the steps necessary to ensure that all students are achieving at equal rates and that special attention is given to lagging subpopulations and their unique needs. Rubrics are appended.
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|Title Annotation:||Wyoming Career and Technical Assessment report|
|Date:||Jan 1, 2004|
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