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D.C. students' test scores no longer worst in country

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D.C. Public Schools are no longer the worst in the nation, according to standardized test scores released Tuesday comparing large urban districts. But the reality remains grim. Fourth-graders rank fourth from the bottom, ahead of Cleveland, Detroit and Fresno, Calif., on the math portion of the National Assessment of Educational Progress. Eighth-graders ranked ahead only of their peers in...