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Document Number: 10722

New York City's Small Schools of Choice - The Promising Practices Network calls New York City's 123 Small Schools of Choice (SSC) "promising" because their students are 10% more likely to graduate from high school on time. Originally created to replace underperforming public schools, the SSCs have about 100 students in each grade 9-12. Students are admitted on the basis of choice and seat availability. (Promising Practices Network, April 2013)...


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