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always has been

They seem to aim for a middle ground. Take some above average students and put them in the failing school and hope they bring it up and take some of the below average students and put them in the good school and hope they don't drop it too much. Meanwhile it doesn't address the issue of lack of parental involvement in the failing schools, the fact that people do buy houses depending on school districts. Quit making excuses for poor performing students. The NCLB made it where it is almost impossible to fail a student.

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