Despite the efforts of the Rhode Island Department of Education, high school students in the Ocean State continue to drop out of school far more frequently than their counterparts in other New England states and graduate at the second-worst rate in the region, according to a GoLocalProv review of data provided by this week by the US Department of Education. Helen and Tracey Minkin discuss." />

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RI Dropout Rate On Rise

Thursday, January 24, 2013

 

Despite the efforts of the Rhode Island Department of Education, high school students in the Ocean State continue to drop out of school far more frequently than their counterparts in other New England states and graduate at the second-worst rate in the region, according to a GoLocalProv review of data provided by this week by the US Department of Education. Helen and Tracey Minkin discuss.

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