Yardstick for measuring some North Carolina schools may change

09/10/2003 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

The North Carolina State Board of Education is contemplating tougher accountability measures for the state's 78 alternative schools. Although some members on the board would like to require that at least one of the schools' five standards be academic, superintendents say establishing higher standards could affect teacher bonuses, making recruiting and retaining teachers more problematic.

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