Maryland district wants K-8 campuses

Aug. 23, 2007
Prince George's superintendent hopes changing grade configurations will boost student performance.

The Prince George's County (Md.) school superintendent is proposing to create more K-8 schools in hopes of stopping a decline in test scores that often begins in early adolescence. If the board approves, as many as 15 of the county's 141 elementary schools would become K-8 campuses a year from now.

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