2 NYC schools get reprieve from city

04/27/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Two New York City schools were spared Thursday from potential closure. Among them, Bushwick Community High School in Brooklyn, serves students who have dropped out or failed to succeed in other schools. The school's poor graduation rate had earned it a spot on the closure list, but many had protested the district's plans and officials ultimately determined the school was showing signs of improvement.

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