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The principals of three Laurel elementary schools that fell short of annual progress standards for this year's state assessments say their improvement plans include identifying struggling students and devoting extra time to the test topics that have proven difficult in previous years

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Four Laurel schools failed to make Adequate Yearly Progress — or AYP — on the 2010 Maryland State Assessment, an annual exam that measures math and reading skills in accordance with federal regulations.

Dwight D. Eisenhower Middle School and James H. Harrison, Laurel and Montpelier elementary schools did not meet the improvement benchmark, according to data released Tuesday afternoon by the Maryland State Department of Education.

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