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'Strive HI' welcome for isle schools


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 26, 2013

~~<p>Generally waivers are seen as a device that makes things go somewhat easier, but that may not be the correct way to interpret the one that now applies to the state's No Child Left Behind educational directive.</p>
<p>Last week the state Department of Education received approval for its waiver from key provisions of the 12-year-old federal educational mandate. In its place will be what officials describe as more comprehensive measures, a program dubbed Strive HI Performance System.</p>
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Generally waivers are seen as a device that makes things go somewhat easier, but that may not be the correct way to interpret the one that now applies to the state's No Child Left Behind educational directive.

Last week the state Department of Education received approval for its waiver from key provisions of the 12-year-old federal educational mandate. In its place will be what officials describe as more comprehensive measures, a program dubbed Strive HI Performance System. Login for more...



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