Graduation rates drop at 12 Burlington County high schools
New Jersey's statewide graduation rate increased last spring, but the rates at most of Burlington County's public high schools slid downward, according to new data released Wednesday by the state Department of Education.
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“Obama Shames the USA”
Since: Apr 09
#1 Dec 7, 2012
But teacher's pay and bennies went up, I bet. Maybe we can become 30th in math and science instead of just 25th.
Big government sucks.
Since: Mar 11
#2 Dec 19, 2012
Don't feel too bad,our city schools only has a graduation rate of 9,yes 9%. Now they (teachers-unions)want another pay raise because they work so hard.
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