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GOP leaders in Pa. Senate staunchly defend Eichelberger

After the Education Committee chair made comments about "inner city" students, Sen. Vincent Hughes said he was not fit for that post. Eichelberger, in turn, cited "fake news" and blasted Hughes on his website.

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City officials and educators weigh in on the issue of dropouts

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Going for the goal: Two students tell stories of making a path to college

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The connection between trauma and the dropout crisis

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A bridge to college

The program helps dropouts get their GEDs, prepare for post-secondary work, and complete their first year.

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Reconnecting to the classroom

With new leadership and fresh focus, the District’s Opportunity Network helps students find a way to graduate.

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Course correction

Early warning indicators flag problems so that schools can put students back on track for graduation.

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Educators can help potential dropouts by learning the language of data

by Ami Patel Hopkins, Icy Jones, Daniel Schiff, Darren Spielman

Neighborhood schools: Fragile gains at risk

While graduation rates are still low, most of these high schools have seen increases. But they are hardest hit by District turmoil and budget-cutting.

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More students re-engaging, but resources are scarce

Within four years of starting at a District high school, about one of every five students ends up in an alternative program. The graduation rates are still low.

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