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Chicago won't allow high school students to graduate without a plan for the future

July 4, 2017View for printing

To graduate from a public high school in Chicago, students will soon have to meet a new and unusual requirement: They must show that they've secured a job or received a letter of acceptance to college, a trade apprenticeship, a gap year program or the military.

Mayor Rahm Emanuel (D) said he wants to make clear that the nation's third-largest school system is not just responsible for shepherding teenagers to the end of their senior year, but also for setting them on a path to a productive future.

By Emma Brown

Full Story: https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/ ... 413400e8bf0
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