Washington, DC, graduation scandal: A canary in a coal mine? | IN 60 SECONDS

AEI’s Nat Malkus argues that DC is a lesson that we can’t improve the lives of students or school systems, unless school leaders push our students to new heights rather than just pretending to.

ARTICLE – DC’s dishonest record graduation rate is a disgrace—here’s how to fix it https://goo.gl/R4XTyL

ARTICLE – DC Public Schools’ serious graduation-rate fraud necessitates serious consequences https://goo.gl/rsVoiB

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