Middle-class parents in NYC speak out against reform measures

12/27/2005 | NYTimes.com

Some parents of middle-class children in New York City public schools reportedly have become frustrated with the Bloomberg administration's no-nonsense approach to pushing up test scores. Too much attention is being paid to raising achievement among low-income and low-performing students, a trend that some parents say shortchanges students who don't need remedial help.

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