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6News at 10 for August 29, 2007

6News at 10 for August 29, 2007

New numbers show Lawrence schools are making progress in ensuring no child is left behind

August 29, 2007 · Comment on this

School district leaders released results today from last year's state assessment standards for reading and math. Those tests - known as Adequate Yearly Progress, or AYP, - fall under the federal 'No Child Left Behind Act.'

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