The Washington Post reports that, under pressure from hurricane-stressed states, Education Secretary Margaret Spellings announced yesterday that the agency will for one year relax academic accountability standards under the administration's signature education law, allowing schools affected by hurricanes Katrina and Rita to recover without facing penalties for poor annual assessments. To qualify, schools would have to show that displaced students hurt test scores....
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