Cleveland schools make some progress

08/25/2009 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

For the first time, the Cleveland school district earned a "value-added" rating, part of a state report card. The designation, instituted last year, means the city's schools showed greater-than-expected gains in student math and reading achievement. Overall, however, many Cleveland schools are on the state's academic watch list for poor performance.

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