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Politics & Government
Thu August 9, 2012
Alabama reports progress on "no child left behind"
Alabama’s Department of Education is out with a new report on how the state is doing in the federal program called no child left behind. Alabama says seventy five percent of Alabama schools made adequate yearly progress. That’s up from seventy three percent year. However, the state got federal permission to use last year’s standards for this year to judge if Alabama students are passing or not. The results come out as state officials announced which schools and which school systems made adequate yearly progress under the No Child Left Behind Law. Washington wants to have all students performing at the proficient level for their grades in math and reading by 2014.