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D.C. Public Schools have faced scandal after scandal. After an investigation revealed widespread issues in the system’s graduation rates, a more recent probe found residency fraud rampant at a top magnet school. Now comes a crushing reality check: Only 42 percent of DC public school students are on track to graduate. And the District isn’t alone; recent investigations reveal similar issues in Prince George’s county. What’s going wrong, and how can local school leaders get it right?
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