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Catholic Schools' Scores Surpass Nation

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Elementary students in Chicago Catholic schools are scoring higher than the nation’s average on standardized tests. Students in Cook and Lake counties who took the Terra Nova II tests scored as high as the 81st percentile. Dr. Nicholas Wolsonovich is the Catholic Schools superintendent. He says the high scores demonstrate a strong commitment to academics.

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