Bottom of the Barrel
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Bottom of the Barrel

Como Elementary School, located in Como, Miss., turned in some of the lowest test scores in the state last year. But despite the abysmal scores, Como earned a passing grade under No Child Left Behind, largely because the standards of student proficiency have been set so low in Mississippi.Video by Peter Whoriskey/The Washington Post

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