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09/03/16 9:00am

Assessment results for students at the Riverhead Charter School show proficiency rates of 34 percent on English Language Arts tests taken in April 2016 — a 12 percent improvement — and a slight increase to 33 percent proficiency in math, according to the state Department of Education.

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04/22/16 6:01am
04/22/2016 6:01 AM

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For the past few years, parents and educators have rallied against the state’s latest system of so-called high-stakes testing, which ties teacher evaluations to the controversial Common Core standards. Their principal strategy has been the opt-out movement, under which students refuse to take mandated assessment tests.

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08/21/15 12:27pm

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Thirteen current and former teachers at the Riverhead Charter School in Calverton are suing the school and its principal for $10 million in damages based on what they claim is a long pattern of discrimination and lewd behavior by its principal, Raymond Ankrum, the News-Review has learned.  (more…)