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State Education Department releases its Concerned Schools List

October 24, 2002
By: Elizabeth Gill
State Capital Bureau

The St. Louis high school that Governor Holden once called a model of improvement makes it to the state's list of troubled schools. Elizabeth Gill has the story in Jefferson City:

State Education official Orlo Shroyer says although Maplewood-Richmond Heights is making improvements, many students are performing below state standards. Shroyer says school superintendent Linda Henke is aware of the problems:

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11 St. Louis area high schools made it to the state's list of troubled schools. Education officials will now move auditors in to decide if the schools are academically deficient. From the State Capitol, I'm Elizabeth Gill

Date: October 24, 2002

By: Elizabeth Gill

State Capital Bureau

Just days after Laura Bush makes a visit to a St. Louis area high school, the state education department annouces the school is performing below average. Elizabeth Gill has the story in Jefferson City:

Maplewood-Richmond Heights high school is on the state's list of troubled schools. But state education official Orlo Shroyer says the school has made improvements:


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OutCue: "not there yet"

11 St. Louis area schools made the state's list. The department of education will now move auditors into the schools. From the State Capitol, I'm Elizabeth Gill, KMOX news.Date: October 24, 2002

By: Elizabeth Gill

State Capital Bureau

The state education department blows the whistle on 11 St. Louis area schools. Elizabeth Gill has the story in Jefferson City:

The state education department released what they call the concerned schools list. 11 St. Louis area schools are on that list. Education department official Orlo Shoryer says the list is just the first step in the evaluation process:

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OutCue: "schools are doing"

First Lady Laura Bush recently visited Maplewood Heights to talk about self-discipline and values. From the state capitol, I'm Elizabeth Gill, KMOX news.


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