Local high school students are graduating at a higher rate than ever before, according to data released Monday 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. A cohort refers to the same group of students who began high school as freshmen during the same year and graduated together four years later.
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