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New York City families spend millions of hours choosing high schools, and students from poor neighborhoods finish last: report

New York City eighth graders and their families are spending up to 5.7 million hours every year navigating a high school admissions process that was in part designed to break the link between students’ ZIP codes and their academic outcomes — but that link remains strong, according to a new report. [Chalkbeat]

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