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A race for diplomas before Tilden High closes for good

Among 173 Tilden High School seniors, 55 (or 31 percent) are registered for credit recovery courses.

A race for diplomas before Tilden High closes for good
posted on: May 21, 2010 | author: Vadim Lavrusik

Virtual credit recovery takes center stage

New York has been one of the slowest states to adopt online learning in its schools, with no state-sponsored virtual schools to speak of to date, but all of that is bound to change very soon.

Virtual credit recovery takes center stage
posted on: May 12, 2010 | author: Scott Olster

A PM school for students stuck in between

Behind those numbers are a set of strategies aimed at making sure nearly every student graduates in four years.

A PM school for students stuck in between
posted on: May 7, 2010 | author: Taylor Brown

Second Chance High

Two high schools–one in Harlem, one in the Bronx–believe learning involves more than collecting credits.

Second Chance High
posted on: May 7, 2010 | author: Rachael Horowitz

Time lost, credit earned

The state board voted on standards for making up course credit in public high schools.

Time lost, credit earned
posted on: May 7, 2010 | author: Mariah Summers

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