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Nevada's D grade in the early-childhood education index of the latest Education Week Quality Counts report is not about academic performance.

Report card: Are the roots of Nevada education healthy?

January 14th, 2015

Nevada's D grade in the early-childhood education index of the latest Education Week Quality Counts report is not about academic performance.

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