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Byline: Akilah Johnson
Jun. 18--South Florida schools earned more A's and B's and fewer F's on their final report cards, which were just issued by the state.
No school in Palm Beach County was given an F, and in Broward, the number of failing schools was cut in half to three. School districts as a whole receive grades, too. Both Broward and Palm Beach public schools earned A's, as they did last year. "These are tremendous results for our schools and they wouldn't have been possible without the hard work and dedication of our classroom teachers," Florida Education Commissioner Dr. Eric J. Smith said in a news release. "These scores reflect that success is possible in every environment when we focus on academic achievement for all students." More than 75 percent of the nearly 3,000 public schools statewide received an A or B and the number …