Analysis: Half of North Texas graduates face difficulties in college

08/10/2009 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

More than half of North Texas high-school graduates received less than a "C" average during their first year in college, putting them at risk of dropping out, according to an analysis by The Dallas Morning News. The analysis caused concern among educators, who worry about a disconnect between high-school and college educations.

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