Standardized curricula help schools battle student turnover

07/21/2004 | NYTimes.com

Schools in low-income neighborhoods often have high student turnover rates, a phenomenon that creates chaos for both students and teachers. To minimize the amount of disruption transfers can cause, some states have begun moving toward standardized curricula.

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