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Minnesota tries own program to measure school success

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ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Minnesota schools have a new way to measure performance, replacing the controversial No Child Left Behind accountability system with the state's own.

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Education officials say the new measurements take more factors into account to grade a school's performance. But the system also zeroes in more intently on a smaller number of underperforming schools.

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