Texas on Thursday released its first official grades for school campuses based on how well they are educating children. More than half received A’s and B’s. During a news conference in Irving, part of a three-city tour across the state Thursday, Morath singled out Irving ISD’s Brandenburg Elementary. The school was one of 68 campuses in the state to climb from a C to an A, and Brandenburg accomplished this with a student body that was 73 percent economically disadvantaged. Read more in this Dallas Morning News article.
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