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Graduation and dropout rates: Look up California districts and high schools | EdSource

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Graduation and dropout rates: Look up California districts and high schools

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California education officials last week bragged about the seventh consecutive year of improvement in the statewide high school graduation rate, which reached 83.2 percent for the class of 2016.  That was 0.9 percentage point above the previous year. However, behind that omnibus number is a world of variety, both among ethnic groups, school districts and individual high schools.
EdSource has created a database that families and educators can use to look up how well their districts and schools are doing in getting students their diplomas within four years. They can also search for dropout rates and measurements of how many students are taking more than four years to finish high school.
It is no surprise that school districts in affluent communities generally do better. Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District, in a beach side portion of Los Graduation and dropout rates: Look up California districts and high schools | EdSource:


Graduation and dropout rates: Look up California high schools
The numbers vary among ethnic groups, school districts and individual high schools. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit the Edsource Today website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Graduation and dropout rates: Look up California school districts
The numbers vary among ethnic groups, school districts and individual high schools. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit the Edsource Today website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

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