Conn. schools attribute data-driven decisions for improvement

08/12/2010 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

About 72% of Connecticut schools met federal standards under No Child Left Behind this year -- up from 60% the year before. Officials attribute the increase to improved, focused teaching in the state's urban schools and the studying of student-performance data. Schools used such data to alter lessons to help students learn, officials said.

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