More school counselors, in a bid to help graduation rates
Starting this fall, some 16,000 New York City middle and high school students will get extra support from a school counselor or social worker. It is an effort to pay close attention to the emotional and academic well-being of students in two high-poverty districts, which Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration hopes will keep students on a path to graduation.
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