Do tests gloss over special challenges?

05/25/2009 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Students at a K-8 school in Cleveland struggle to pass state tests, but supporters say threats to shut down or restructure the school fail to take into consideration the large proportion of English-language learners, special-education and low-income students. Some refugee students have had little previous education, while others struggle to learn English because of learning disabilities.

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