CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV)- More test scores for Charlotte Mecklenburg School (CMS) district were revealed on Wednesday. And the district felt better about these scores that last test scores. That's when the district experienced a dip in scores because of a new test.
CMS Superintendent Dr. Heath Morrison shared results from the 2013 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) tests. It's called the Nation's Report Card and CMS outscored many cities.
The school district is one of 21 cities participating in NAEP's Trial Urban District Assessment (TUDA). Other cities participating include Boston, Los Angeles, Detroit, Miami-Dade and other urban cities.
The test results include reading and math in grades four and eight. 1338 CMS students in 34 schools participated. There was a sampling of students who took the test. This marks 10 years since CMS starting participating in the Trial Urban District Assessment.