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Challenging Traditional Expectations: How New York City's CTE High Schools Are Helping Students Graduate

Lazar Treschan, Apurva Mehrotra

Summary: New York City public high school students enrolled in Career and Technical Education (CTE) schools are much more likely to graduate than their peers in non-CTE schools. According to a new CSS report, black and Latino male students in CTE schools, who traditionally have the lowest high school graduation rates and are often the target for city-funded programming, showed the greatest graduation gains.

Issues: Disconnected Youth

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