My question for discussion is in the case of public schools, what does it mean to be a student enrolled in a “Level One” public school vs. being a student enrolled in a "Level Two, Three, Four or Five" school? Do accountability labels assigned by any state's Board of Education put students in a particular mindset for success? If so, what are the unintended consequences in the accountability movement?
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