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(KSL News) -- Parents won't get much of a chance to transfer their children to better schools this fall.
The state won't know until Thursday how many schools met the No Child Left Behind requirements.
Parents are supposed to receive those reports before the school year begins so they can decide if they want their children transferred out of underachieving schools at taxpayer expense.