Arizona State Board Of Education President: It's Unfair To Rank Schools Against Each Other
The Arizona State Board of Education faced a barrage of criticism Monday night because of how it had decided to grade schools on the A-F scale.
By voting to take another look at the system, schools disappointed by their grade will have the chance to get those modified.
Tim Carter, president of the board, says the grades were intended to be preliminary and subject to adjustment. Carter said there are four different content areas the board will be looking at more closely, and he talked about those.