Two Baltimore Edison Schools Post Low Scores On Test

01/30/2002 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Test scores dropped for two of the three Edison-run schools in the Baltimore, Md., school district. Edison says it expects results to improve next year; the state concurs and says it takes up to five years to improve a school. The district pays Edison more than $10 million per year to manage the three schools.

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