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Just a third of recent high school graduates in New York said they were “significantly challenged,” academically, according to a survey from a coalition of education reform, community and business organizations.
Conducted by the Kiley & Co. polling firm, the survey questioned 1,002 recent high school graduates in August. The respondents, who took the online survey, were aged 17-24 and had graduated between 2013 and 2017.
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