Indiana schools win grants to improve student achievement

Four schools in Indiana with low student test scores are receiving state funding to implement strategies designed to boost student achievement. One of the schools -- the charter Indianapolis Metropolitan High School -- will adopt a year-round academic schedule, where five weeks of school will be followed by a one-week break throughout the year. The charter Challenge Foundation Academy plans to adopt performance pay for teachers.

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