NC bills would delay start of tougher school grading scale

Bills filed Wednesday with the support of influential state lawmakers would delay for two years tougher standards that could result in most of North Carolina’s public schools getting D or F performance grades. Senate Bill 450 and House Bill 358 would keep in place through the 2015-16 school year the use of a 15-point scale for evaluating how schools performed under the A-F grading system.

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