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Local graduation rates show mixed results

7:52 AM, Apr. 10, 2013
Emily Haines works on an acids and bases experiment in the AP Chemistry lab at Green Bay Southwest High School Feb. 28. The state released graduation rates this week.
Emily Haines works on an acids and bases experiment in the AP Chemistry lab at Green Bay Southwest High School Feb. 28. The state released graduation rates this week.
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Percentages of high school students in Brown County who graduated remain mostly above state averages, although four schools have seen drops.

The state Department of Public Instruction on Tuesday released graduation data for 2012. It showed that 87.5 percent of students statewide graduated in four years. That is up slightly from 87 percent the year before and 85.7 percent in the 2009-10 school year.

Rates for Green Bay schools remain below state averages, although rates are increasing. Green Bay school officials are analyzing the information before issuing a statement, a school ...

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