Many Connecticut high schools land on watch list

09/7/2005 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

This year, 51 Connecticut high schools, compared with 42 last year, landed on the federal academic warning list, due primarily to poor student math and reading scores on the state assessment. Twenty-six schools on the list for two consecutive years must offer free tutoring to students, while six campuses cited as needing improvement for their third straight year face more significant sanctions.

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