New Orleans schools post gains since Hurricane Katrina

10/25/2013 | Times-Picayune (New Orleans), The

Since Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, schools in the city have improved drastically, according to new state data. Before the historic storm, 65% of students were attending schools with an F rating, while, now, 67% of students are enrolled at A- or B-rated schools, and less than 6% of the city's students are attending failing schools, the data show.

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