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Arizona's at-risk students go to 'alternative' schools. Then the system fails them

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Arizona's at-risk students go to 'alternative' schools. Then the system fails themThe lowest-performing students end up in the schools with the least accountability, according to an analysis by The Arizona Republic.
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