States with the highest average freshman graduation rate

Sept. 24, 2012
A list of states with the highest average freshman graduation rate for public schools during the 2009-10 school year.

States with the highest average freshman graduation rate for public schools, 2009-10. The National Center for Education Statistics defines the rate as the percentage of public high school freshmen who graduate with a regular diploma four years after starting 9th grade.

States with the highest average freshman graduation rate for public schools, 2009-10 Wisconsin 90.7% Vermont 89.6% Minnesota 87.4% North Dakota 87.4% Iowa 85.7% New Jersey 85.3% New Hampshire 84.3% Massachusetts 83.3% Missouri 83.1% Nebraska 82.9% Source: National Center for Education Statistics, "Higher Education: Gaps in Access and Persistence Study"

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