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Five Characteristics of Top School Systems (Video)

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What makes a state school system effective? Education Week's annual Quality Counts report card ranks state school systems on a host of factors, based on everything from academics and funding to socioeconomic factors that can affect student success in school and later in life.

In this 70-second video, Education Week identifies five traits that the nation's most effective school systems have in common.

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