In Arizona, chronically failing schools face state intervention

In Arizona, 20 schools that have failed to make Adequate Yearly Progress for four consecutive years face state remedies that could include additional teacher training, curriculum changes and staff replacements. Subgroups' low attendance rates and poor performance on academic tests earned many schools their failing label.

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