MCSB members use new program to raise test scores

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MONROE, La. (KNOE 8 News) - The Monroe City School Board reaching out to help with test scores.

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Thursday at Carroll High School, bill willson and Darryl Barry talked with parents about the "March2Success" program, which they learned about during a national school board convention.

The free online program helps students with English and language arts, STEM classes, and ACT scores.

Carroll already uses the program, and credits it for their higher test scores.

Their principal says it's a great way to inspire learning.

"It's one that lends itself in so many different ways," principal Lyneta Coats said. "And just to have students be excited and feel good about themselves. Because when a student feels good about himself, just like we do, it's going to have a positive impact. It's going to change an attitude and it's going to change a life."