In win for Bloomberg, study shows smaller NYC schools mean larger graduation rates

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(PIX11) — Research shows the new, smaller schools at the center of Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s education reforms have boosted students’ chances of graduating on time.

According to the Daily News, students at smaller schools fared better than kids who were turned away in the lotteries and attended other city schools.

Since 2002, the Bloomberg administration has pushed to improve graduation rates by closing struggling large schools and replacing them with the smaller ones.

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