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Byline: Emily Kram
Feb. 2--The future of the Student Achievement Guarantee in Education (SAGE) program is in question again in the Superior school district.
At Monday's committee of the whole meeting, Superior superintendent Janna Stevens told the School Board a decision was needed about the future of the program. She recently went through data and the numbers are not encouraging. When comparing Wisconsin Knowledge and Concepts Examinations scores of fourth-grade students who participated in SAGE with those who did not, Stevens said 62 percent of the SAGE students ranked as proficient or advanced compared to 51 percent of their counterparts.