Proposed Arizona Law Would Grant More Time To Judge Schools' Performance

A proposed Arizona law supported Nov. 26 by the State Board of Education will judge a school's performance over several years instead of the one-year-cycle provided for by the current law. The plan would have high schools judged biennially under Arizona's Instrument Measurement Standards.

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