Atlanta Public Schools to strengthen grade-changin...
by Neighbor Staff
10:59 AM, Saturday, August 01
Atlanta Public Schools late Friday night announced it will strengthen its regulations on grade changing following a review of grade changing data by the district’s office of accountability. According to a news release, District Superintendent Meri...

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