By Martin Austermuhle
March 17, 2017
DCPS says there are over 1,300 high school students across the city that are at least two years behind their expected graduation date. To address that group, last year DCPS invested $4 million to hire Pathways Coordinators in all of the city’s high schools, who will help struggling students graduate on time.
Read more about the initiative: http://bit.ly/2nDTRxJ
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