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Resource ID: #23202
Subject: Education
Source: Repository (Canton, Ohio)
Date: 2006-10-15



"The success of nearly 40 Ohio schools - mostly charters- is inflated by a hidden default in how the state measures them. An analysis by The Repository found that some 30 charter schools and five public schools in Ohio got the state's third-highest designation - 'continuous improvement' - not because of student achievement but because of the state's measure, adapted from federal guidelines, of 'adequate yearly progress.'"

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