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Study: Charter scores up, DCPS' down in math, reading

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Test scores in math and reading dropped in DC Public Schools between 2008 and 2012, while they improved in public charter schools, according to a study released Wednesday. Using the median school's performance to determine a "typical" school, the study by the DC Fiscal Policy Institute found that the typical DCPS school showed a decline in the number of students who rated "proficient" or...

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