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Oregon’s annual report card is in, and it's not a good one, on how the schools are meeting the 'No Child Left Behind" law. This year 54% of schools met the federal target, down from 71% the year before. Superintendent Susan Castillo says a higher bar for special ed students is the main reason for what she admits is a discouraging report. But she adds that overall student performance is on the rise.

 

 

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