Higher test scores may not translate into better graduation rates

06/13/2008 | Washington Post, The

Despite having made progress in student scores on Advanced Placement offerings and exit exams, D.C.-area high schools may not necessarily be improving their graduation rates, according to an analysis of the most recent yearly Diplomas Count report from Editorial Projects in Education, which publishes Education Week.

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