Wyoming Grad Rates Drop For The Forth Year
Say it ain’t so Joe, this is becoming a trend in The Cowboy State. Grad rate dropping.
Monday (May 26, 2014) The Department of Education released the data. About 78 percent of Wyoming high school students graduated on time during the 2012 – 2013 school year, down from more than 80 percent four years ago. One of the comments from a Laramie 1 Superintendent said that “school has become more challenging”. Work for me is more challenging everyday. I don’t quit.
Of course there is Cindy Hill who told Wyofile: That the rates fail to account for students who graduate in more than four years, but don’t drop out. that nearly 83 percent of Wyoming’s students finished high school within six years. That’s to me is like a line from Tommy Boy:
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