School Accountability Report Cards
School Report Cards represent extensive profiles of every school with information on per pupil and staffing expenditures, textbooks and instructional materials, special programs, support personnel, teacher credentialing, demographics, standardized test scores, intermediate and high school dropout rates, curriculum, staff development, facility conditions, instructional time, school discipline, and high school SAT scores.
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