Greg Toppo

National K-12 Education Writer, USA Today

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National K-12 education writer for USA Today

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The only high school in Central Falls, Rhode Island is struggling. Less than half its students graduate every year.

District Fires All Teachers in Effort to 'Turn Around' Failing School

The only high school in Central Falls, Rhode Island is struggling. Less than half its students graduate every year.

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