New Orleans students in state-run schools fare poorly on exams

Roughly two-thirds of New Orleans high schoolers in state-run schools flunked Louisiana's graduation exam, according to data released Thursday. "The children of New Orleans have faced unprecedented challenges since Hurricane Katrina," said outgoing superintendent Robin Jarvis.

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