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Still, auditors did not mince words about the general state of care during their review, which concluded near the end of the last school year.

I think the sentence can be resolved into two parts:

  1. auditors did not mince words about something during their review.
  2. something which concluded near the end of the last school year.

So the general state of care means the conclusion of review? or the general state of concern? How to explain the word care?

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general state of care = general state of concern

Simply put:

  1. Auditors did not mince words about the general state of care during their review

  2. The review concluded near the end of the last school year

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