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Michigan Graduation Rates Slightly Behind Nation

Michigan's overall graduation is virtually the same as the national rate, but it shows some significant gaps among some ethnic groups, according to a report released this week by the Editorial Projects in Education Research Center.

The report, part of the center's Diplomas Count 2008 project, showed overall 70.5 percent of Michigan high school students graduated within four years in 2005, the most recent national data available, compared to the national rate of 70.6 percent. That put Michigan 32nd among the states.

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Parents Can Seek Change in Required Math Study

BY LORI HIGGINS - FREE PRESS EDUCATION WRITER

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Attendance Law, PA 141

STATE OF MICHIGAN
94TH LEGISLATURE
REGULAR SESSION OF 2008

Introduced by Senators Garcia, Allen, Birkholz, Richardville, Pappageorge, Kahn, Jelinek, Van Woerkom, Cropsey, Hardiman, George, Gilbert, Patterson, McManus, Cassis, Kuipers, Olshove, Jansen, Switalski, Stamas, Jacobs, Brown, Cherry, Barcia, Gleason, Whitmer, Sanborn, Bishop, Basham, Anderson,
Schauer, Hunter, Scott, Clark-Coleman and Clarke

ENROLLED SENATE BILL No. 747

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Did you see this article in the May 27, Marshall Memo?

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