Cain says expectations now higher for kids, teachers, public schools
The state is implementing higher expectations for both students and schools, reported Ellsworth Superintendent Barry Cain Monday night.
He referred to a quote from State Superintendent Tony Evers: "Kids' abilities have not changed. What is changing is what it means to be college and career ready."
Cain used both a video and a PowerPoint presentation to explain the new expectations.
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