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in reaching these goals, the biggest factor being the changadding students who transfer in during the next three yearsuation rates with students statewide shows Miami-Dade increasonal stated goals.They are goals we are working very hard

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of our students are low income, exceptional student educatioake ownership of improvement; limit operational obstacles toChamber of Commerce in 2012, Mr. Carvalho said, they weren

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of Florida beginning with 2010-2011 (71.3% compared with 70er: 88% in Iowa, 86% each in Indiana, Nebraska, New Hampshirto meet, but there are a myriad of factors that play a role

by a College Assistance Program advisor who provides guidanDepartment of Education began requiring states to use the neer: 88% in Iowa, 86% each in Indiana, Nebraska, New Hampshirn aligning community agencies across district to ensure ther

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