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Clarke Central, Cedar Shoals Have 2013 Graduation Rates Higher Than State's

The Classic City Performance Learning Center saw about 1 in 5 students graduate in four years.

 The state graduation rate for public high schools rose to 71.5 percent in 2013 from 69.7 percent in 2012, according a report released by the State Department of Education. 

This is the third year Georgia has calculated the graduation rate using the adjusted cohort rate formula. In 2011, the state rate was 67.5 percent.

 In Clarke County, the 2013 four-year graduation rate for Clarke Central was 76.3 percent, while Cedar Shoals had a rate of 75.9 percent. The Classic City Performance Learning Center had a graduation rate of 20.8 percent.

 The county's overall graduation rate was 69.5 percent, about 3 percentage points higher than it was in 2011, but lower than in 2012.

Clarke County's graduation rates for various subgroups were higher than the state averages.

Graduation Alliance December 14, 2013 at 12:52 AM
This is a great news as the rise in the graduation rate determines the efficiency and hard work of the school administration and the students. Thanks for the share... http://goo.gl/byCrTm

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