Report card results mixed for schools

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But graduation rates are up at high schools

By Jesef Williams

The Lancaster County School District dropped in one rating, but rose in another on  its state-issued report card for 2008.

The district received an absolute rating of below average, a drop from its average rating the year before. Slightly more than 41 percent of the school districts in the state were rated in the below average category in 2008.

But in the growth rating, which used to be called “improvement,” the district received an average rating, up from the below average it posted the year before.

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