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Uploaded on Jan 11, 2012
For years, Louisiana public schools had dismal graduation numbers. But this fall, the state announced a high school graduation rate of almost 71 percent, an all-time high and just barely under the national average. How did the state do it? NBC chief education correspondent Rehema Ellis takes a look.