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Beyond high school graduation: What the data tell us

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Beyond high school graduation: What the data tell us

It was welcome news earlier in March that a record 59 percent of the city’s Class of 2009 graduated on time. But their teachers may have felt mixed emotions. As they know, the next step for the graduates they just launched is the harder one...“AYP has been fundamentally flawed at the high school level because of weak and inconsistent definitions of proficiency and graduation rates that are not aligned to the goal of every student graduating ready for college and a career,” wrote the Washington, D.C.-based Alliance for Excellent Education in its June 2009 policy brief, “Moving Beyond AYP: High School Performance Indicators.”
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