More evidence that D.C. education reforms are working

The Post’s View

By Editorial Board, Published: July 28The Washington Post

TEST SCORES for D.C. public school students released last week provide unmistakable proof that reforms instituted under mayoral control are working.

Results of the 2012 D.C. Comprehensive Assessment System (DC CAS) announced on Thursday showed steady and solid growth in student achievement over the past five years. In 2007, when then-Mayor Adrian M. Fenty (D) took over the schools and Michelle A. Rhee became chancellor, 27.9 percent of students were proficient in math, and 34 percent were proficient in reading. The results for 2012 — while still woefully unacceptable — are substantially improved, with 46 percent of students proficient in math and 43.5 percent proficient in reading.

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