Talk:A.J. Moore Academy

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Assessment (3/2011)[edit]

I am assessing this article, per a request left at the Schools Project. At this point, I see no change in the assessment of Start/Low.

Most importantly, the article is devoid of referencing. In order for any article to advance beyond the "Start" phase, it must beging to show some level of referencing. I advise editors to investigate the policy on reliable sources, verifiability, in addition to this section on how to cite references.

There are some relatively minor grammatical issues that need to be fixed. Especially as a magnet school, there needs to be more information about how students are selected, and about the curriculum.

I wish editors the best of luck in improving this article. LonelyBeacon (talk) 13:28, 17 March 2011 (UTC)

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