Youngstown students show improvement; BOE continues criticism of district


YOUNGSTOWN

More Youngstown City Schools students are showing up and performing better, new district data shows.

Students in second through 11th grades are tested with the Northwest Evaluation Association assessment in the fall and winter to gauge academic growth.

CEO Krish Mohip said during his “CEO Update” meeting this evening that he’s incredibly proud of the district’s accomplishments so far. “I’m proud of the students and the parents and the schools,” he said.

Meanwhile, across town at East High School, members of Youngstown Board of Education aired complaints about operation of the district — ranging from claims that a number of administrators lack the proper licenses for their positions. They also called for a performance audit of the school district.

Read the details in Thursday's Vindicator or on Vindy.com.

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