Indiana approves new school-ranking system

Indiana's Board of Education approved a rating system that will give schools letter grades based on how well their students performed on standardized tests. The board agreed to separate the system from the federal school-ranking system, which rates "adequate yearly progress" made by schools, but it rejected requests by some educators that doling out an F for schools that may serve more struggling students would be unfair.

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