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New EdWeek Report Sees High School Graduation Rate Rising

Education Week put out its annual "Diplomas Count" report yesterday, and there is lots of interesting stuff in there if you follow graduation-rate trends or the debate about pathways from high school into college.

This year's report finds graduation rates on the rise again after a couple years of flatlining and also explores the "university for all" presumption that has tinged some of the education rhetoric. We've got a collection of stories exploring post-high-school pathways other than a four-year degree.

The index to the special issue is here, and you can watch our presentation and panel discussions about it here.

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