By GRACE E. MERRITT
The governor’s commission on the state’s achievement gap presented dozens of bold reform proposals Tuesday, including a state-funded preschool for all low-income students, a requirement that high school students pass a test before they can graduate and linking teacher pay and tenure to student performance…
The commission, composed mostly of business leaders, spent nearly eight months compiling the report. The group held hearings, met with 150 educational experts, conducted extensive research and traveled to three other states to learn about successful reforms.
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