States Balk at Listing Violent Schools The federal No Child Left Behind Act calls for "persisently dangerous" schools to be identified so officials can take steps to improve safety. But several states are reluctant to make a list, for fear of public embarrassment and lost funds. NPR's Claudio Sanchez reports.

States Balk at Listing Violent Schools

States Balk at Listing Violent Schools

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The federal No Child Left Behind Act calls for "persisently dangerous" schools to be identified so officials can take steps to improve safety. But several states are reluctant to make a list, for fear of public embarrassment and lost funds. NPR's Claudio Sanchez reports.