The St. Louis Public School District is one step closer towards regaining its accreditation after a new report released by the Missouri Department of Education showed improving test scores.
The results of the 2011-2012 Missouri Assessment Program, known as MAP tests, show St. Louis students earned an extra point up to seven from last year. The students took the tests last spring.
The state reports indicated that improvements in high school math scores helped.
School districts must achieve nine of the 14 standards to get full accreditation.
Now, media, get to work trying to figure out what kind of cheating occurred.