DODEA outpaces nation in 2016 SAT

Graduating seniors at Department of Defense Education Activity schools last year outscored the nation in critical reading and writing on the SAT and closed the gap in math, according to 2016 results released Friday by DODEA.
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Graduating seniors at Department of Defense Education Activity schools last year outscored the nation in critical reading and writing on the SAT and closed the gap in math, according to 2016 results released Friday by DODEA.
Graduating seniors at Department of Defense Education Activity schools last year outscored the nation in critical reading and writing on the SAT and closed the gap in math, according to 2016 results released Friday by DODEA.
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Graduating seniors at Department of Defense Education Activity schools last year outscored the nation in critical reading and writing on the SAT and closed the gap in math, according to 2016 results released Friday by DODEA.

DODEA outpaces nation in 2016 SAT

by: Jennifer H. Svan | .
Stars and Stripes | .
published: October 04, 2016

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — Graduating seniors at military-run schools last year outscored the nation in critical reading and writing on the SAT and closed the gap in math, according to 2016 results released Friday by the Department of Defense Education Activity.

The strong showing by DODEA students in the verbal portions of the SAT pushed DODEA’s average combined score above that of the nation, despite falling short of the national average in math by 2 points.

On a 1,600-point scale, DODEA’s combined SAT average was 1,511. Students improved in all subject areas, pushing the military school system to its highest combined average score on the SAT in the past five years.

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