Most Colorado schools making NCLB goals

02/12/2004 | Denver Rocky Mountain News

According to a state report released Wednesday, three-fourths of Colorado's schools made adequate yearly progress goals, to the relief of education officials who initially had feared none would meet targets. The results were at odds with state report cards, which had rated 206 of the schools that failed to make AYP as "average," "high" or "excellent."

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