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Report: DCPS scores have not improved with reforms

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Third-graders in DC Public Schools have failed to show any gains in math or reading since aggressive school reforms began in 2007, according to an independent analysis of the city's standardized test scores. The report, to be released Monday by the nonprofit DC Action for Children, also suggests the city's public charter schools do not outperform the traditional school system on the DC...

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