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Four Tucson-area schools received their third successive D grades and are in danger of being labeled failing.
Letter grades issued by the Arizona Department of Education measure how well schools are performing year to year. Today's scores show four Tucson school could be labeled as failing.
The number of high school seniors who did not graduate because of the AIMS test has been cut nearly in half in the Tucson area over the last two years.
Free McDonald's food for AIMS test takers
After hearing emotional pleas from students and parents, the Tucson Unified School District denied a request to allow seniors who did not pass AIMS to walk in graduation ceremonies tonight.
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