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Morning Read: Is 100% graduation an achievable and realistic goal for LAUSD?

LA School Report | October 31, 2016

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Editorial: Is the Los Angeles Unified School District overpromising again?
We’re all for ambitious goals and bold moves to transform the school district so that it can provide a meaningful, high-quality education to L.A.’s students, many of whom are low-income or English learners. Unquestionably, it will be a happy day when L.A. Unified gets close to a 100% graduation rate, and the board is right to demand a hyper-focus on moving in that direction. But goals must be specific, well-planned and achievable, or they can end up causing more problems than they solve. By The Los Angeles Times Editorial Board

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