NYC to monitor student achievement after high school

08/10/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The New York City Department of Education has started tracking students' progress after high school -- alerting school districts about students who require remedial courses in college or drop out soon after they enroll. Officials say they plan to continue tracking the data, which will show schools whether they have adequately prepared students for college. Illinois already tracks such data, and other cities may follow New York's lead.

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