By Katie SjöbergPublished March 04, 2017 08:30:13A lot of people don’t want to hear that the Montgomery County School System has a “bad school” system, but that’s exactly what they’re getting.
On the surface, the district is the largest in the state and the only one with a charter school system.
The school system is home to more than 400,000 students and has had a number of charter schools start and shut down since its inception in 2015.
The district has also been embroiled in multiple scandals over the years, including allegations of inappropriate hiring practices, poor financial management, and poor management of its finances.
A new report published Monday by the National Conference of State Legislatures says that Montgomery County is one of the worst performing schools in the country.
The report notes that Montgomery is ranked in the top 10 worst districts in terms of student achievement, the state’s most expensive district.
It’s also ranked in just the 10 worst states for students with disabilities.
Despite the high ranking, the report does not address the school system’s problems with teachers and learning outcomes.
It also does not consider the many factors that are linked to the system’s poor performance, including the district’s large size, low number of teachers and administrators, and its poor financial performance.
The study found that the county’s average per-pupil spending for students was $4,400 in 2016, $11,000 in 2017, and $11 in 2018.
That’s an average of $2,500 for the entire year.
The state average was $3,300.
This means that Montgomery spends more per pupil than the state average, even though the state spending on public schools is higher.
It means that the district spends more than three times more per student than the average state school district.
The report says that this is because of a variety of factors, including a lack of resources for students and teachers, a lack the district has invested in student achievement and student learning, poor oversight and accountability, and a failure to meet the needs of its students and educators.
It cites a 2015 report by the Center for Educational Equity and Accountability (CEA), which found that “the district is a failure on every level.”
While the Montgomery school system has some of the most successful charter schools in North Carolina, the county is also one of those that ranks among the worst.
In fact, the study says that the “average” school district in the United States has lower student achievement compared to other states.
That’s because the county ranks behind the other states on average in the number of students with the lowest test scores.
In fact, in the Montgomery, which has one of North Carolina’s highest levels of teacher retention, students are only 21 percent more likely to graduate from high school than the national average.
This is because students are more likely than in other states to drop out of high school, and it’s because students drop out more often.
The school district also ranks in the bottom third in terms.
This indicates that the number and quality of teacher training is very low, and students are not being taught how to do their job well.
This is not to say that Montgomery isn’t a very successful school.
The city has the lowest percentage of students in the city with disabilities in the nation, and more than 80 percent of students are able to participate in all of the district services.
But this is also because the district relies on many outside factors that aren’t tied to student achievement.
In addition to the problems with the district, the National Center for Education Statistics found that Montgomery was ranked in three of the four worst states in terms on students with learning disabilities.
These include the county having the fourth-worst student achievement rate, the fourth lowest percentage in the school’s proficiency test, and the fourth worst rate of students taking remedial classes in English.
These three rankings come from a report released in April that also looked at the district in terms and conditions for students.
That report found that despite the district having the nation’s fourth-highest graduation rate, Montgomery is in the same spot as the worst school districts in the US.
This means that students with low test scores are often left behind, and this is especially true in the district.
In 2017, the school received only 4.4 percent of the state total high school graduation rate for its students, and that number was also lower in Montgomery than the statewide average.
It also shows that the school is losing more students than it is gaining.
According to the National Institute for Standards and Technology, the number who entered the school in the fall of 2019 dropped to about 675, and only 57 percent of them entered the next year.
And the number that entered the district last fall dropped to around 621, and just 37 percent of those students entered the year after.
Overall, the NCES found that only about 4 percent of North Carolinians have a