National advocacy group releases report card for all of Pennsylvania's public schools, districts
Published: Friday, March 22, 2013, 2:54 p.m.
An education advocacy group on Friday released report cards for all of Pennsylvania's more than 3,000 public schools and 500 school districts.
Philadelphia-based PennCAN gave each school and the school district grades ranging from A to F, based on 2011-12 Pennsylvania System of School Assessment scores. The group also released Top 10 lists for schools with the highest achievement levels for low-income students, black students, Latino students and those that improved the most from the previous year.
To view the report cards, go to:.
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