Nearly 100 California districts face most severe NCLB sanctions

11/29/2007 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The Los Angeles school district along with 98 others, may be abolished or taken over for failing to improve student test scores, according to a notice from the California Department of Education. Such sanctions are unlikely, however, as state officials have not yet adopted such punishments and appear unwilling to do so now, according to this article.

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