New York's school accountability system puts little focus on high-achieving students, report says
from Chalkbeat New York
New York state should include a greater focus on high-achieving students when it designs a system for judging schools under the new federal education law, according to a report evening by a conservative-leaning think tank. The state's current accountability system earned zero out of three stars, signifying that New York could do more to judge schools based on whether all students progress, says the report by the Thomas B. Fordham Institute in Washington, D.C.
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