The latest news on graduation rates
American students are 'failing early and failing late,' new study finds.
Here are five of the odder choices colleges made about who to address the class of 2013.
Education inequality is both morally unacceptable and economically unsustainable.
The nation’s graduation rate climbed to 78 percent, but is lower among minority groups.
High school graduation rates among Latinos jumped 5.5 points, pushing the national rate to 73 percent.
Experts argue that stakeholders from every sector are needed to strengthen high schools.
New federal rules will likely cause nationwide graduation rates to drop 5-10 percent.
A former teacher discusses the dysfunction at an underperforming school.
New GED exam will set benchmarks for high school equivalency and college readiness.
These best communities have effective high school dropout prevention services.