State announces 2018 rates for high school graduation, suspension and absenteeism

Tom TorlaksonState Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced the high school graduation rates for 2018 remain near an all-time high.
Among students who started high school in 2014, 83 percent graduated with their class in 2018, an increase from 82.7 percent from the year before. The state’s graduation rate has increased substantially since the class of 2010 posted a 74.7 percent rate.
“Our graduation rates continue to rise, reflecting the passion and dedication by educators ov...

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