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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Gov. Terry McAuliffe wants to scrap Virginia's letter grading system of the state's public schools. The new Democratic governor said Thursday during a radio interview that giving a failing grade for a school can have devastating impact on property values of nearby houses. He said an "F'' rating of can also stigmatize a school. McAuliffe made the comments during his first...

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