Percentage of Alaska schools making "Adequate Yearly Progress" declines

After five years of steady, if sometimes incremental improvement, the latest report from the Alaska Deparment of Education and Early Development shows that the percentage of Alaska public schools making adequate yearly progress as defined by the federal “No Child Left Behind Act” has dropped.

Len Anderson, KSKA – anchorage

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