Schools are concerned about effect of swine flu on NCLB benchmarks

Some Indiana school administrators are worried that an outbreak of swine flu could cause widespread school absences and prevent top-performing schools from achieving high rankings and adequate yearly progress -- a benchmark under No Child Left Behind. Attendance rates at schools labeled "Four Star" must be in the top 25% of the state.

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