February 17, 1999
Vol. 18, Issue 23
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Florida's release this month of recalculated high school graduation rates showing that fewer than half the state's students complete high school in four years has local administrators there combing through record books and crunching numbers, hoping to find flaws in the state's math.
The Department of Education will not seek a major overhaul of Title I in this year's reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley told members of Congress last week.
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