Albany High School has been identified as a "persistently lowest achieving" school by the state Education Department. That means the school will be eligible for new funding from the state -- if it agrees to make significant changes.
NYSED says it added Albany High to list because of its scores on English and math tests.
The school district will be holding public forums in March to discuss restructuring the high school.
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