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Schools Slip In State Rankings

The Nevada Department of Education released its annual school rankings, which showed a quarter of schools slipping. The number of highly-ranked schools declined, while the amount of struggling schools grew. New State Superintendent Dale Erquiaga said the declines could be explained by rising standards, but many schools showed declines in several areas, including attendance. We'll talk to a reporter about the numbers and what they mean.

Trevon Milliard, Education Reporter, Las Vegas Review-Journal

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