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College Readiness
2014 October 28 - 12:00 am

College Readiness Has Not Matched Improved High School Outcomes

AUSTIN, Texas — A decade ago, Texas was a poster-child for the ills that contributed to a national high school graduation crisis. As the state weathered scandals over the way some districts calculated graduation rates, it became identified in national reports as the epicenter for chronically underperforming schools known as “dropout factories.

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