Area educators look at making positive changes after state results released

Jackson County schools showed a mixed bag Wednesday when the Indiana Department of Education released 2013 district accountability grades.

Crothersville Community Schools dropped from a C, or average ranking, to a D; Medora Community Schools Corp. received a failing grade for the second year in a row; and Seymour Schools retained its C rating, showing little improvement and growth from 2012.

Brownstown Central Community School Corp. was the only district in Jackson County to improve its state accountability grade, going from a C to a B, or above average.

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