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Make your own TV – LynnCAM Open House Nov. 6

Share on Tumblr From LynnCAM TV - Please join LynnCAM TV on Thursday, November 6, 2014 from 5-8PM as we open up our studio to the public for an open house! Our goal in hosting this event is to show…Read more →
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Interview with Creedence’s Stu Cook

Share on Tumblr by Blake Maddux – As the rhythm section on all seven albums that Creedence Clearwater Revival released between 1968 and 1972, bassist Stu Cook and drummer Doug “Cosmo” Clifford played on a list of songs that reads…Read more →
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Downtown Lynn loft prices increasing

Share on Tumblr A sponsored post by Nest Forward – The Summer of $200,000+ Loft Sales! I realize that we are well into autumn at this point, but I’d still like to report that downtown Lynn saw a very encouraging…Read more →
An Education

Lynn MCAS Results: Marshall Middle School

As a member of the Thurgood Marshall Middle School Council during the last two school years, I have been able to see how hard the teachers and school administration there are working to improve instruction and student outcomes. In previous years, the school reported lower test scores when compared to the other middle schools in Lynn. On the 2014 MCAS exam, Marshall did see some improvement particularly in math and science, two subjects that they had been an area for concern.  ELA Math Science 6 46 (+2) 38 (+14) N/A 7 48 (+3) 18 (+4) N/A 8 53 (+6) ...
An Education

Lynn MCAS Results 2014: Part II

Below are proficiency rates on the 2014 MCAS by school at the elementary level; also included is each school's Accountability and Assistance Level. Accountability levels are as follows:Level 1:  On track to college and career readinessLevel 2:  Not meeting gap closing goalsLevel 3:  Focus: Lowest performing 20% of schools (including schools with the largest gaps)Level 4:  Priority: Lowest performing schoolsLevel 5:  Priority: Chronically under-performing schoolsPositive or negative numbers in parentheses in the 'ALL' field represent the percent change from 2013. 'School Performance' refers to the school's overall performance relative to other schools statewide that serve the same grade span (percentiles range from 1 - 99). For example, a school performance that is ...
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