School turnaround attempts failing in Maryland

Dec. 6, 2007
Report says most targeted schools have not improved.

Maryland's attempts to turn around its worst schools in the past several years have largely failed, according to a report by a Washington, D.C.,-based nonprofit education research group. Of the 76 schools labeled failing for at least five years, only 12, or 16 percent, have improved significantly since 2004, the Center on Education Policy found.

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