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State SAT Scores Up

Montgomery, AL (WSFA)-Today Alabama teachers got an "A" from Governor Riley for helping high school students reach their education goals.

A College Board Report released today shows significant progress among Alabama Public School students in advanced placement participation and SAT scores.

Governor Riley says the scores were up because teachers and principals are up to the challenge.

Students also scored above the national averages in reading, math, and writing on the SAT.

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