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Resource ID: #17716
Subject: Schools
Source: Education Week
Date: 2001-04-18



This article examines Rio Grande College, a small college in southwest Texas. Blair finds that "too many students enrolled in Rio Grande College's teacher program were flunking the battery of mandatory exit exams, state officials declared. The program was given 36 months to raise its scores or face being the first teacher-training program shut down under a high-stakes accountability law."

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