9/8/2006

Twenty-eight of the District of Columbia's 146 public schools last year met proficiency goals on the new D.C Comprehensive Assessment, an exam considered more demanding than the Stanford 9 test the district had used up until last April. In the past, few families have taken advantage of the school system's offers to let children from failing schools transfer to better ones and now there will be fewer of those options available.

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