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First-ever rankings place 15 D.C. charter schools at bottom of pile

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Fifteen D.C. charter schools were placed in the bottom tier of the first-ever rankings of campuses by the D.C. Public Charter School Board on Tuesday. Four of them may have their charters revoked, while the 22 schools in the top tier are being examined to see what makes them work so well. The Performance Management Framework, or PMF, has been in the works for three years. Schools are ranked...

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