TIGER— Rabun County Schools recently received their “Report Card” for student success during the 2018-2019 school year and came out at the top of their class.
Out of 14 school systems in the Regional Educational Service Agency (RESA), Rabun County Schools scored first place system-wide with at 82.9 on the College and Career Readiness Performance Index (CCRPI), said Jonathan Gibson, assistant superintendent for Rabun County Schools.
This also exceeds the state average score of 75.9.
RESA is a research agency in Northeast Georgia and is very competitive, Gibson said. He said that RESA is always being looked at when comparing school systems.
Gibson said that schools get scored on the CCRPI every year. This is a content-specific exam that tests students in grades 3-12 on the level of content they are learning at the time.
Gibson said that every school improved its score from the previous year.
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