Florida officials consider long-term effect of reforms:

07/26/2009 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

Florida implemented public-education reform 10 years ago -- grading schools based on the results of students' test scores. Opinion varies on the success of the effort. Test scores have increased and the achievement gap has narrowed, but graduation rates lag -- and critics say a single test should not be dictating curriculum and determining school success.

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