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Virginia House approves report card for schools

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A measure requiring Virginia schools to be evaluated on an A through F grading scale passed the state House of Delegates on Monday. The state Senate is expected to vote on a similar measure Tuesday. Introduced as part of Gov. Bob McDonnell's education package, the bill, approved 54-40, requires the state Board of Education to give each school in the state an A, B, C, D or F based on the...

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