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Struggling Schools Craft Plans To Improve Their Campuses
There's a rating Texas schools do not want – improvement required. Under a new state law, schools that have received this rating at least two years in a row have to come up with a plan that explains how they will get better. Schools are trying creative ways in the hopes of turning things around.
The Dallas Independent School District has 24 campuses that have been rated improvement required at least two consecutive years.
Billy E. Dade Middle School is one of them.
Tracie Washington, who just completed her first year as principal there, says one part of the school’s game plan to turn Dade around? Reach out to parents.