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SANFORD–Public schools in North Carolina would get A through F letter grades to reflect their performance, starting next year, under legislation approved Tuesday by a House Committee. Rep. Deb McManus who represents Lee and Chatham Counties, said assigning letter grades to schools unfairly punishes those located in poor communities because students from low-income families or who are still learning English struggle the most with standardized tests.

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