Tuesday, August 22, 2000

Parham, Walnut win most improved




        A Cincinnati elementary school — redesigned with a new staff and programs after years of poor academic performance — was heralded Monday as one of two most-improved schools in the district.

        Parham Elementary in Evanston won the district's school incentive award for showing the most improvement in test scores, attendance and dropout rates.

        Walnut Hills High, Cincinnati Public School's traditional college preparatory school, also was honored.

        Story, B5.

        The Cincinnati Enquirer

       



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