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Document Number: 10949

High School Benchmarks: National College Progression Rates - For the first time, a national report traces the progress of high school graduates in six categories of high schools, grouped by demographic and geographic characteristics. The schools’ poverty level, determined by eligibility for reduced-price lunches, was the most important correlate to college enrollment. The report allows high schools with similar geographic and demographic characteristics to compare success rates. (National High School Benchmarks Report Fall 2013)...


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