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Dreams denied: What leads to academic success

A matter of degrees

The good news is that the number of Philadelphia high school students who graduate and enroll in college is on the rise. The bad news? Only one in five get a degree.

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Otis Hackney: The man at the heart of city’s strategy

As the mayor’s chief education officer, the former principal will help build “community schools” around Philadelphia.

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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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