Navajo school meets NCLB goals for seventh year
Navajo Preparatory School in New Mexico once again met its performance goals under the No Child Left Behind Act.

The school has been measuring math and reading scores, as well as graduation rates, since 2001. Goals have been met every year.

"We work hard every year to do it, and I'm really proud of the staff," executive director Betty Ojaye told The Farmington Daily Times.

The school is part of the Bureau of Indian Education system.

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Seven years and counting: Navajo Prep meets AYP again (The Farmington Daily Times 10/14)

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