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Summit to Seek Fixes for Low Graduation Rate Slated for Next Month

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Summit to Seek Fixes for Low Graduation Rate Slated for Next Month

With an on-time graduation rate lower than both the state and national rate, Pima County education, community and business leaders will come together next month to examine the local dropout crisis ... An estimated 4,400 students dropped out from the class of 2010. Cutting that number of dropouts in half would have resulted in $27 million in increased earnings, allowing them to spend an additional $20 million and invest an additional $6.5 million during an average year, according to an analysis of the Tucson area conducted by the Alliance for Excellent Education.
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