Higher bar results in more N.C. schools missing AYP

In North Carolina's Charlotte-Mecklenburg district, tougher targets this year resulted in only 58 of 138 schools, or 42%, making adequate yearly progress, compared with 55.5% last year. Consequently, nearly 17,000 students will have the chance to get free tutoring or switch to better-performing schools in the upcoming school year.

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