Dozens of LI schools put on notice to improve academic performance

State officials say dozens of Long Island schools need to improve their academic performance.Officials say grades were based on requirements from the "No Child Left

WOODBURY - State officials say dozens of Long Island schools need to improve their academic performance.

Officials say grades were based on requirements from the "No Child Left Behind" program.

A total of 71 schools in Suffolk County and 35 in Nassau County were put on notice.

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