No consequences tied to school, district grades — yet | www.myajc.com

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May

No consequences tied to school, district grades — yet | www.myajc.com

Legislation supported by a powerful member of the Georgia House of Representatives would give added flexibility to school districts that score well on the state’s new College and Career Ready Performance Index.

Rep. Brooks Coleman, R-Duluth, chairman of the House Education Committee, introduced a bill this year that would give high-scoring districts some freedom from class size and salary rules.

The goal, Coleman said Wednesday, is to reward districts that perform well and provide a platform for other districts to benefit from their success.

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