School Dropout Rate At 15-Year Low

November 3, 2014

(Undated)  --  Graduation rates are up in Illinois.  School Superintendent Chris Koch says 86-percent of high school students are walking across the stage, even though more than half of them are considered low-income.  Still, Koch says students are staying focused and earning their diplomas.  He says the dropout rate is the lowest it's been in 15-years.  Anyone who'd like to take a look at the school stat's by district can check out IllinoisReportCard.com.

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