Montgomery County was hit with fourteen grades of “F” in the latest school report cards released by the Alabama Department of Public Education. The County’s poor showing was listed at the education department's website. Overall, the letter grades were an improvement over those released for the previous school year. The state, on average, was given a letter grade of B. Most school systems received a grade of B or C. Fifteen school systems received a grade of A. Ten school systems received a D. No school system received an F. The grades are based not just on the latest test scores, but how much students improve in reading and math from one year to the next.