Regents board reviews poor performance of New York City students

12/17/2004 | NYTimes.com

Compared with their peers statewide, New York City students in the class of 2004 fared poorly on the five Regents exams required for graduation. While testing opponents charge the Regents exams encourage more dropouts, State Education Commissioner Richard P. Mills says data indicate students drop out for many reasons, but not because they couldn't pass the exams.

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