Lodi-area high school students are graduating at a slightly higher rate than their counterparts statewide, according to data released Tuesday by the California Department of Education.
The rates are calculated for counties, districts and individual schools based on four-year cohort information using the state’s California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System, commonly known as CALPADS. The cohort refers to the same group of students who began high school as freshmen in 2008 and graduated four years later.
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