High school graduation in Tennessee
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High school graduation
Number and percentage of students graduating within four years of entering high school, and graduation in more than four years for students with an Individual Education Plan. Graduation rate is based on NCLB formula. High school graduation includes regular high school diploma- earn 20 units of credit and pass the Tennessee Proficiency Test, and diploma to special education students who complete an individualized education program (IEP) and pass the Tennessee Proficiency Test. The
From 2014-15 the rate and number of high school graduates were based US Department of Education 4-year adjusted cohort formula.
Data Source: Tennessee Department of Education.
Footnotes: State data include state special schools. NA= Not available.
Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth
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- Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth
- Andrew Jackson Building, 9th Floor
- 502 Deaderick Street
- Nashville, TN 37243-0800
- Rose Naccarato
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