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Counting on Graduation

Abstract

"Among industrialized nations, the United States is the only country in which today's young people are less likely than their parents to have earned a high school diploma. Reversing this trend could hardly be more urgent. Yet policymakers in many states are setting graduation improvement targets that won't get our young people--or our nation--ready to compete in the knowledge-driven world of the 21st century. According to "Counting on Graduation," a new report released today by The Education Trust, states must ratchet up expectations for high school graduation, substantially and immediately."

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