At a glance: high school graduation rates

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Associated Press

Posted on April 27, 2014 at 11:04 PM

Updated Monday, Apr 28 at 9:03 AM

A look at the Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate, by percentage, in 2012 for overall and low-income public high school students by state. Idaho, Kentucky and Oklahoma are excluded from the chart because the states obtained waivers from the federal government to take longer to develop their systems.

STATEOVERALL 2012 ACGRLOW-INCOME 2012 ACGR
Alabama7566
Alaska7059
Arizona7671
Arkansas8479
California7973
Colorado7561
Connecticut8570
Delaware8072
Florida7565
Georgia7061
Hawaii8280
Illinois8273
Indiana8685
Iowa8980
Kansas8576
Louisiana7266
Maine8576
Maryland8475
Massachusetts8572
Michigan7664
Minnesota7859
Mississippi7570
Missouri8679
Montana8473
Nebraska8880
Nevada6358
New Hampshire8673
New Jersey8675
New Mexico7065
New York7768
North Carolina8075
North Dakota8774
Ohio8168
Oregon6861
Pennsylvania8474
Rhode Island7766
South Carolina7568
South Dakota8367
Tennessee8782
Texas8885
Utah8070
Vermont8877
Virginia8372
Washington7766
West Virginia7972
Wisconsin8875
Wyoming7965
Nation8072

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Source: "Building a Grad Nation: Progress and Challenges in Ending the High School Dropout Epidemic" report by Civic Enterprises, Everyone Graduates Center at the School of Education at Johns Hopkins University, America's Promise Alliance and Alliance for Excellent Education.

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