Jul 22, 2017

Special Education Graduation Rates Lag Behind - The Edvocate

More than four out of five high school students graduated on time in 2014, the highest rate on record. Although some discredit the statistics validity, it’s fairly clear that obtaining a high school diploma is better than not. Though these rates are an achievement, lost in the discussion is the much lower rate of graduation for special education students. Nationwide, only 63 percent of students...

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