Published On: Thu, Mar 8th, 2018

Graduation rates rise, fall in 16-17 – Philadelphia Neshoba Democrat


Philadelphia Neshoba Democrat
Graduation rates rise, fall in 16-17
Philadelphia Neshoba Democrat
The Neshoba County School District's 85.5 percent high school graduation rate remains higher than the state average for the 2016-17 school year while the Philadelphia School District dropped to 75.4 percent, figures released by the Mississippi
Graduation rates, equity and the budget highlight Davis' 2018 State of Education addressReno Gazette Journal

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