New York City releases poorly performing schools list
NEW YORK (WABC) -- The Bloomberg administration has released its latest hit list for shutting down poorly performing schools.
It includes 16 in the bronx, a dozen in Brooklyn and four each in Manhattan and Queens.
The 36 schools that received grades of F, D or a third consecutive C could be shut down for good if things don't improve.
Last year, 11 of the 20 schools that ultimately made the list are in the process of closing or are already closed.
Here's the complete list of schools:
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