College success tied to district's top high schools, report says

05/22/2009 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

Students who graduated from top Charlotte, N.C., schools were more likely to stay in college and graduate than their peers from other district schools, according to a study from Cheryl Pulliam, director of the Public Education Research Institute. Pulliam said she hopes school leaders will use the data to ensure students at lower-performing schools are better prepared.

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