Sept. 12 will be a big day for Lauderdale County school teachers. Superintendent David Little said that's when state test scores and school evaluations will be released.
"At that point we'll be devising a report card for each school," said Little. "It will have a great deal of information primarily relative to the test scores, student achievement, showing how we fared, what kind of improvement we've made from last year."
Officials will then compare each school with others in the state, in the area of teacher qualifications. That comparison will then be released to the public.