“Pulling itself up even further from the brink of failure it once faced, Lowell Community Charter Public School has reached the highest achievement level on Massachusetts state tests for the third year in a row,” according to the Lowell Sun newspaper.

The school, which the state nearly shut down four years ago because of low test scores, met targeted goals that only 26 percent of all state schools reached this year — and did it while serving mostly low-income, minority students whose first language is not English.

(READ the full story from the Lowell Sun)

Story tip from Vandy Duffy

Photo courtesy of Lowell Community Charter Public School


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