Newspaper digs deeper into Fla. school-grading system

08/11/2013 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

Research by the Miami Herald into Florida's A-to-F grading system for public schools shows that higher-income communities never get F grades, while lower-income schools are much more likely to get lower scores. Of the schools in the Miami-Dade and Broward County school districts, with 90% of their students receiving free or reduced-priced lunches, 78% received a grade no higher than a C.

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