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Explaining Florida’s High School Grading System

Yesterday we asked why there were so many A and B high schools, according to the latest grades. The folks at the Jacksonville Public Education Fund have an answer in the chart at right. It’s because the state grades have very narrow ranges on a 1,600-point scale and many school found a way to quickly […]

What Are Texas’ Seven College Solutions?

The Texas model is doing to higher education what the Florida model did for K-12, at least according to supporters of the seven-point reform plan. Gov. Rick Scott, a Republican, has been passing the plan around to higher education officials and has tentatively signaled his support in interviews. The reforms are a hallmark of Republican […]

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