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The Memphis-Shelby County Schools class of 2032 is making gains, according to Spring 2023 TCAP data. On the English Language Arts section of the TCAP, this cohort of students, currently in third grade, had a 7% growth in proficiency, defined as “meets expectations” and “exceeds expectations,” and a 7% reduction in nonproficiency, defined as “below expectations” and “approaching expectations.”
The class of 2032 started kindergarten in 2019, and their first year of school was disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020. They spent most of their first-grade year in virtual learning. Last year, in second grade, was their first full year of in-person instruction.
“Because of their resilience and our interventions, the class of 2032 is making gains, and we’re optimistic that these gains will continue,” said Superintendent Toni Williams. “Being one of our youngest groups of students at the start of the pandemic, they will continue to need extra support to move further faster, and the District will continue to provide it.”
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