City, county hold high graduation rates
ELIZABETHTON STAR – The future leaders of Tennessee continue to make high marks according to the state’s Department of Education.
Education Commissioner Candice McQueen announced Monday morning that the 2017-18 high school graduation rate held steady at 89.1 percent, which continues to be the highest rate on record for the state. Across the board, more than 56 percent of districts with high schools saw their rates improve compared to last year.
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