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Some high-flying Ga. schools fare poorly under new “growth” measure

By Molly Bloom Jeff Ernsthausen and Ty Tagami - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution



Students at some of metro Atlanta’s top schools may have few problems passing state tests, but they’re not learning as much in some subjects as their peers at other schools, new data released Thursday shows.

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