Struggling schools face tough reform choices

12/28/2009 | Washington Post, The

To qualify for more federal funding, struggling schools must choose from several measures, some of which include replacing teachers and principals. However, there is little evidence that these steps will improve academic achievement at these schools, experts say. One Brookings Institution analyst says the best way to turn around a struggling school is by improving the school curriculum and the way that the material is taught.

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