Pennsylvania schools still have a long way to go

08/13/2003 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

The Pennsylvania Department of Education reported that 1,346 state schools had made "adequate yearly progress" on various performance criteria, but 1,440 schools still are not moving quickly enough toward attaining reading and math proficiency to meet NCLB requirements. James Nevels, chairman of the School Reform Commission, said the decline in the number of low-performing schools in Philadelphia was encouraging.

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