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NYC Schools Labeled as Drop-Out Factories Fight to Raise...

  • Aired: 08/10/2011
  • 05:10
  • Rating: E
As some New York City high schools dubbed "drop-out factories" face closure, they are still fighting to increase the number of graduates. This report was produced in partnership between WNYC Radio's after-school journalism program and the NewsHour's educational division. It was researched and reported by 10 New York students.
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