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Topic: district choice
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district choice
Posted: Dec 28, 2004 3:20 AM
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Hi all,

I'm in the process of applying to different districts to get ready for the
2005-05 school year.
One district that I'm considering is hiring a lot of new teachers, and I
took a look at their report card and they are failing when it comes to NCLB.
All three high schools in the district are not meeting the minimum
standards.

How should I react to this? It looks like they cleaned house because of the
test results, how likely are they to do that again?

Thanks for any information!

John


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12/28/04
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Sky Rookie
12/29/04
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