Test scores flat despite early start in SW MN
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Starting school two weeks before Labor Day didn't improve students' test scores in the first year as officials had hoped, but a superintendent said the results didn't shake his confidence in a three-year experiment in southwestern Minnesota.
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