State education secretary visits Hempfield High School, says officials will be …

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Oregon schools fail to budge the state’s low graduation rate
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Oregon high schools’ on-time graduation rate remained mired at 68 percent for the class of 2012, the same as the year before, when Oregon ranked fourth worst in the nation.

In 2011, Oregon’s governor and Legislature set a goal of having all students complete high school by 2025. Getting there would require the graduation rate to rise by about 1.5 percentage points a year.

But in the first year, the rate improved less than 1 percentage point, the state reported today.
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