Report: States must do more to prepare students for college, work

While states have made progress in beefing up high school requirements, most states are still falling short in preparing graduates for the skills valued by colleges and employers, according to a joint report by national associations of governors, legislatures, state schools chiefs and state education boards. Improving teacher and principal quality is central to building more effective high schools, the report found, and requires more state attention.

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