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Area graduation rates stable, but big gaps persist

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Statewide high school graduation rates remained stable last year at 74 percent, but there continued to be a wide gap in the graduation rates between suburban districts and their urban and rural counterparts. Suburban districts tend to graduate 90 percent or more of students within four years, and many of those graduates are ready to go on to college. Rural and urban areas have lower rates of graduation and college preparedness. The statewide trends identified ...


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