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High school students are graduating, but are they ready for what's next?

High school students in L.A. Unified are graduating at higher rates than ever before. But it’s too early to know whether these students will go on to complete higher-level education or succeed in the job market. Now one of the school board’s new members wants to try to answer these questions by...
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