49 LI schools put on state's watch list

Some officials blame low scores from special ed

Some officials blame low scores from special ed students struggling with common core.

Dozens of Long Island schools have been put on the state's watch list because of low student test scores.

Officials have reported that 49 Long Island schools are included in the list.

The list includes elementary schools in highly-rated districts such as Great Neck, Roslyn, Half Hollow Hills, Locust Valley, Port Washington and East Williston, according to Newsday.

Many school...

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