Minnesota tries own program to measure school success
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.
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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