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The number of students who leave school, for any reason other than death, within the four year period divided by the number of students who form the adjusted cohort.
The school years are defined as the first day of the school year through the summer to the first day of the following school year. Student activity that occurs during the summer, including summer withdrawals, are included in the prior year's data.
Data Source:Maryland School Report Card
Nonso Umunna, Research Director
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