N.Y. schools can't accommodate target graduation rate, report says

03/12/2007 | NYTimes.com

Schools officials in New York City want to increase the graduation rate to 70% in four years but have only planned enough new high school seats for 46% to graduate, according to a new report. A school official called the report "absurd" and said the city's five-year, $13.1 billion school construction plan is adjusted annually to keep pace with demographic shifts.

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