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As the pandemic continued to throw barriers in front of high schoolers' graduation goals, Minneapolis Public School officials looked at one particular group most in need — students who failed a class and needed to recover the credits.
Before the COVID-19 crisis, the more than 31,000-student school system had offered online and in-person credit recovery programs. But a "very high need" arose as students in the classes of 2021, 2022 and 2023 experienced higher rates of course failures due to disruptions to in-person learning, said Daren Johnson, the district's director of extended learning.
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