Nearly 90% of Hawaii high schools failing under NCLB

07/27/2008 | Honolulu Advertiser, The

Just five of Hawaii's 42 public high schools, or 12%, made adequate yearly progress this year, according to statewide testing results. More than 60% of all Hawaiian schools are now failing, up from 35% last year. "Everyone is struggling," said high school principal Alvin Nagasako. "We have very unrealistic goals, especially when it comes to our special-needs populations."

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