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Half of schools in Mass. fall short

Federal standards getting tougher

By David Abel
Globe Staff / September 20, 2008

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Half of all Massachusetts public schools this year failed to meet achievement standards established by the state under the No Child Left Behind Act. (Full article: 864 words)

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