New Report Raises Concerns About Pittsburgh Public Schools

A new report is raising concerns about absenteeism in the Pittsburgh Public Schools.

According to the report, 47 percent of students in the district’s high schools missed at least 10 percent – or 18 days – in the school year.

Superintendent Linda Lane is now calling for a ‘be there’ campaign.

The information comes from the “State of the District” report.

It also looks at other categories, including adequate yearly progress, proficiency levels, student growth and more.

Click here to view the entire report:


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