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On Thursday afternoon, Clark County School Superintendent Dwight Jones rolled out his plan to change the way the district will evaluate student performance.
 
Jones says CCSD will still use standardized testing, but also individual student progress to evaluate how schools are doing.
 
The data on which teachers and schools are doing best will then be exported to other parts of the district. Dwight Jones joins us to explain how the new system will work and what parents, students and teachers can expect under the "growth" model.
 
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