Boston.com reports that almost a quarter of the schools tested in Vermont schools failed to meet yearly education standards established by the No Child Left Behind Act. 61 schools are in this category, compared to 10 the previous year. These school assessments were based on tests given to students in third through eighth grades, in addition to students in the tenth grade. Last year's rankings were based on the tests of fourth-, eighth-, and tenth-graders. Of these schools that failed to meet the standard, some 75 percent were identified because of students who were either poor or disabled......

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