Ore. proposes plan to hold schools accountable for achievement

01/8/2012 | Oregonian (Portland), The

Education officials in Oregon are proposing to hold schools accountable for the achievement of all students as the state works to replace the accountability system set up under No Child Left Behind. Under the proposal, schools would be judged based on progress made by students in reading and math and how many high-school students are graduating within five years. Under-performing schools would receive help to improve.

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