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Our nation’s education assessment is largely based on graduation rate.
Roughly half of the students who enter a 4-year school will receive a bachelor’s degree within 6 years
30 years ago, America was the leader in quantity and quality of high school diplomas. Today, our nation is ranked 36th in the world
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