Established NYC charter schools earn mostly strong grades

12/20/2007 | NYTimes.com

The 14 New York City charter schools reviewed under the new school grading system on the whole fared well, with most earning A's and B's, although one received an F, the city announced Wednesday. The remainder of the city's 60 charter schools were not graded because they have not been in operation for two years or more or did not have complete state test results.

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