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Director pleased with results
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Warren County missed achieving the highest rating possible in TNReady testing by less than 1 percent in results released Thursday by the Tennessee Department of Education.“I’m very pleased,” said Director of Schools Bobby Cox. “There are four categories, the highest being exemplary and the second highest being achieving. We missed being exemplary by four-tenths of a percent.”Cox pointed out that along with doing well in the TNReady report as a school system, Morrison Elementary set itself apart and was named a Reward School for being in the top 5 percent of schools in the state in progress.One of the most glaring weaknesses is in high school math where 64.6 percent of Warren County students are below level.