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Nearly half of the state's public and charter schools failed to make "adequate yearly progress" in math and reading test scores. Map does not show most alternative schools.
No penalty: Underperforming, but not subject to sanctions because school does not receive federal Title I money.
Warning: Must improve or school will be on the Phase 1 list next year.
Level 1: Students can transfer to another school, if funds are available.
Level 2: School must spend money on outside tutors or other services for poor children.
Level 3: District must develop a plan to improve scores.
Level 4: School must work with the state to prepare a restructuring plan, which could include new administrators, teachers or curriculum.
Level 5: Restructuring plan takes effect.