States Inflate Graduation Rates, Study Says

NPR’s All Things Considered:

There are serious gaps between the high school graduation rates that states report and the actual number of students who receive a diploma, according to a new report. The study, from the journal Education Week, estimates that in the school year that just ended, 1.2 million students failed to graduate.

The EdWeek report can be found here.
EdWeek’s Wisconsin Report: [750K PDF] US Graduation Rate Map (by County)

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