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Virginia House OK's letting state take over failing schools

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Two of the most contentious provisions in Gov. Bob McDonnell's education reform package advanced in the General Assembly Tuesday, including a measure that allows the state to takeover failing schools. The House voted to create a statewide school division that can help manage K-12 schools that are failing to meet state standards. If those schools continue to under-perform, the state can come in...

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