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November 7, 2008 12:00 AM

State reading test is dash of cold water

A new set of N.C. school ratings paints Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools as a study in contrasts, with some of its suburban schools rating among the state's best while more than half of students at 42 high-poverty urban schools are failing.

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