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Surviving Accountability: As Easy As AYP

How do AYP's success-story schools do it? While many schools struggle to meet the No Child Left Behind Act's mandated yearly progress levels, some schools excel at spotting trouble areas and catching lagging classes before they slip behind. In this article from T.H.E. Journal, Michelle Gamble-Risley describes some of the techniques used by these star schools. Working with accumulated student data, writes Gamble-Risley, is the secret to their success.

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