The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 17, 1973 · Page 12
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 12

Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, June 17, 1973
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Exodus caused learning level drop DAUAS school officials say score* in achievement tests show departures of while pupils are to blame for drops In learning levels here, Tt»ey reported Wednesday the declines occurred from 1SW to im. "No significant over-all increase or decrease" was found, bovrcw, where Ihe exodus ol white children from the Dallas schools was considered, the official* Mid. Tests measuring the ability of Dallas children to read and understand math, science, social studies and literature, wrre taken in the fall of mt and the results compiled by the school system's research and development department. Over-all scores for Ulh grade boys dropped from a 38 per cent ranking nationally in 1971 to 33 per cent in 1WJ, Scores for ninth grade boys drooped from 38 to » per cent Tlw report staled, however, that "in several instances in schools where Anglo turnover TIIE BHAZOSPOKT FACTS Freepon. Texas. Sunday. June 17. l»73 Page 12 is minimal, achievement is up in some ens** and relatively constant in other*. In school* that haw experienced a large loss ol Anglo student i. the achievement i* lower." Tests score in predominantly Negro schools apprami to stay almost the same, the report said. At Carter High School, which lost 20) white puptU between 197» and 1972, scorn for Ulh grade boy* dropped from 53 to J2 per cent. from the reading score reports, wsued in conjunction with a live-year study of population trends, teacher awl socio-economic profiles, school adminutratm dr*w a strong relationship between the lev*!* o( pupil achievement and family income and educational !*vel The** further detail* were given. There fm k**fl * T, per cent drop in white enrollment (he past live years, with » markfti acv*l*ratton nine* a Wl court ite*i?«r«"gation ruling Currently *htt<< ytwnjfsten cpmprtw a liun majority ol the system"* tU w:« pupth classmates in »kllh, and the gap widen.* a* they go thrtiuth school School* in the. quadrant of Ihe city looted bltthmi on the average, fallowed by the noutheait quadrant, theti the wjtHhwnt and lh*n the inner minority children tMtt the ftr»t tirade tvhjml their while irf white puptbi <*htn foinpared to the awage icwres <rf th«** in the n4»tkm'» Urtf? rtttet g«wr»Uj- ttvrv tvtwtt'n lh« tWh »ntl «oth pervrniil*. M**Je*n- Aiiu-ftcatM t«tw««n th* l«h antt loth (nTC*nHle# and tib^ki txtwrfit Ihe Mh and XHh HUDECK'S FURNITURE OUR LOSS - YOUR GAIN DRASTIC REDUCTIONS We Had Water On The Main Floor Of Our Velasco Street Location, And It Slightly Damaged Some Items. These Will Be Sold At Drastic Markdowns, As Is, Starting Monday- Save On Sofas, Rockers, Dining Furniture, Chairs, Hide-A-Beds, Accessories, Tables, And More. Hurry! First Come - First Served. Sal« Pne«i 0" Fioo« FREE DELiVESY - TERMS AVAILABLE A[) Soi.» Fmoi HUDECK BROS. 310 N. VELASCO ST. ONLY ANGLETON, TEXAS CITY SCENE , Otfes are getting //Her aid at no taxpayer cost N, City S*mtary JHIKB HHfJiKV u {*«**! •* the ne* trwh rwspMf IKK b*ta« j4**«l ta ' ih* tan»»y«f * "and the clty't tlt««ft ttr (UW»J Ihr bill »t '-fc« . til I* pauitai *«J »*»«! twtee * "t »MfT (n^e our tftxid citUrrrt at-jj {wi them te uw.'' Hfvjtue < Itae ^^__ ___ fs^od* 7t« ^^ „..,.!"",,'"'-S« fee *4«, "I «*«•* <«** )«**»«<» ** «** pl*t# f«tf f-*4H*a Bs» t*»iJ» 9* »«*»» *** **» I'm »««> l««Vii| t«» > «»««* <<* "fe* 5 *** * i! '? la Cltrf* A&$ \^&* J*ciM<*ft. jsil jw* w«tf* ** I * r iputtnl id ffoei at t'oeBaswalij Jfc.nj«tUt. te»> «~*** ' r lilt sliiHtl UtMIMLMi A«l, *5«a!kHi< u< t««u<i<Wi«hini. l..*.ki: ,»iiAinr\i. HI»»IH».»*I JM'K.*l).N'» ftrwlj •4ft{»*tt?*'il "S*f*'.J> lt.t'tfc •- TSwr* » * *«• {***-»» l^lj ittB fame 1». !«frsift^> t» Uet »M>J»Wt: Ml S'tt:*i tfc» »r» •»*Ji<».t»^* ift^t *ni« I** fa'?. Wia* »<ajA*7«t (A iS* T : »* **fi«* »i*t4 t« JACK *.«. coiuoxtt, fct»l Ibe * a» t*«« *«*'* iff* t'^"'-"*' **» 5fc4l W«i» »«»«*««« S» ferkic <|:, ft SIS** *»«4 U^flW * !»'• tfl *•<* !*••».*% i'«fc»»«St » •*>jt» IS* "..v..»i:»cy» »'<*»*». t<'l.l.», WK firt ft«»« fiat *«<* 5* A fes OS* «>'-%< **•* <ft*«P*" m Stow? '{a-? 1 * »KW« 3 s * A .V Out /-Jli fttflV t I'BIlJ M'-Wf ^^ I'*-': itf.lfK ,''il* II** tiSj f*isist!ii-".t •Jtt part .rf sfc« • • * tht nt^rwnt w« *rt pwmitttd to pay by biw twill Mp you Mt AMERICAN® SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ^^ LAI I UCIMM . ftllMIT LAM JACKIPM NHttTOtr OVITII Cm* WMVI IffllMAZOUOtT UVOJ

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