ColoradoSchoolGrades.com, a new website developed by a coalition education advocacy groups, attempts to simplify the process of figuring out whether a school is a gem or a lemon. Using the same data used by the state to label schools on a scale from "performance" to "turnaround," the easy-to-use website gives them a grade from A to F. For instance, how to Denver's traditional public high schools stack up?
Scroll down to take a look. (Note: Grades were not available for all schools.)
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