Educationists declare it an alarming situation
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/18/2012 -- Oregon High School is facing an alarming situation as 13,000 students failed their written essay exam, which they must pass in order to earn their diplomas. The test is only offered once a year.
According to the details, only 68% of the students will pass the writing test this summer and the remainder failed. The report released by school administration, state that 5,700 students came close to passing the exam while the other 7,100 scored miserably on the test. The students who have not yet passed the test are “hanging in the balance” and will be awarded diplomas only if they pass the test, added school officials.
School officials are concerned about the alarming situation of the students. The school administration has decided to provide necessary writing guidelines to the students who failed. The superintendent of Tillamook School, Randy Schild, said that is hiring a writing coordinator to assist the students.
"Writing is not a skill you can change in a snap." Schild said. "But if you want students to be really successful in the future, teach them to write well."
Oregon High School’s chief, Rob Saxton, told the media his school has produced wonderful results in writing tests in the past. He added that, "There was a pretty good belief out in the field that we couldn't get there. ...Folks believed it to be a very high bar... (But) people got there."
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