More Maryland schools meet state testing goals

06/30/2004 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Although nearly 200 of Maryland's 1,430 public schools fell short of state targets on reading and math tests, the number represents a decline from last year's 500 failing schools. State schools chief Nancy S. Grasmick said many schools failed to meet state requirements due to the performance of special education students.

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