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  • Wake proposes new summer programs to help with graduation rates

    Marvin Connelly, the Wake County school system's chief of staff and strategic planning, talks about how proposed new summer programs will help reach the goal of having 95 percent of students graduating high school. Video by Keung Hui, khui@newsobserver.com

Marvin Connelly, the Wake County school system's chief of staff and strategic planning, talks about how proposed new summer programs will help reach the goal of having 95 percent of students graduating high school. Video by Keung Hui, khui@newsobserver.com
Marvin Connelly, the Wake County school system's chief of staff and strategic planning, talks about how proposed new summer programs will help reach the goal of having 95 percent of students graduating high school. Video by Keung Hui, khui@newsobserver.com

Programs could help lift Wake County graduation rate

July 21, 2015 4:52 PM