Los Angeles faces criticism with year-round scheduling

12/9/2002 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The "B" track gets sidelined and suffers from less experienced teachers and fewer magnet schools, critics say. B track students scored lower on standardized tests, data show, and educators admit that maintaining three perfectly equal systems is a challenge.

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