Minnesota Department of Education: New ratings aim to accurately portray school performance
The Minnesota Department of Education released new ratings today to gauge student achievement in an attempt to accurately portray school performance -- something the No Child Left Behind law failed to do, officials said.
The state applied for and was granted a waiver from federal mandates such as having 100 percent of students proficient in reading and math by 2014.
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