The Los Angeles Times reports 30 schools is Los Angeles have been wrongly named the worst schools in L.A. The article explains that if the so-called worst schools fail to improve on upcoming statewide test scores, budget and curriculum decisions will be taken over by bureaucrats. The district's flawed method of identifying these schools is part of a plan that was improvised two years ago and has been riddled with a succession of adjustments since.
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