Feds give states more time to bolster struggling schools
from The Associated Press via CT Post
States will have more time to identify failing schools as part of new Obama administration rules aimed at supporting troubled public schools and students who are struggling. The rules provide a broad framework for states as they design new accountability systems to improve schools and narrow achievement gaps. It's a key part of the bipartisan education law passed almost one year ago and signed into law by President Barack Obama to replace the No Child Left Behind Act.
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