Columnist: Massachusetts high schools making solid progress

09/22/2006 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Not only did more sophomores pass the Massachusetts exam this year on their first try, greater percentages of students landed in the top two scoring categories and minority students racked up big gains, too, writes Boston Globe political columnist Scot Lehigh. Keep in mind these results, state students' top ranking on last year's NAEP and the solid performance of charter schools when assessing this year's gubernatorial candidates, he tells voters.

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