A top state education official -- and one of the architects of the A+ plan first put in place by Gov. Jeb Bush -- said a new formula for grading the state's high schools is flawed.
John Winn, a former education commissioner now working as chief of staff for Commissioner Gerard Robinson, said Thursday that students are getting a disservice with a new grading system that is more complex than previously used performance-based rankings.
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