LB 438 means struggling Nebraska schools could see intervention teams

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Posted: Saturday, April 12, 2014 12:00 am

LINCOLN (AP) -- Underperforming schools could soon be aided by a state intervention team, under a bill signed into law last week.

Gov. Dave Heineman signed the bill into law Wednesday, allowing the State Board of Education to designate up to three "priority schools" that will receive an intervention team to help the school address the issues affecting student achievement.

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