West Virginia Schools Top National Average for Retaining Students with Disabilities

In a report from The State Journal (A West Virginia business newspaper), high school students with disabilities graduated at a higher rate than the national average.

“Released June 4, the report used data from the U.S. Department of Education’s office of special education programs to report that nearly 73 percent of West Virginia students with disabilities ages 14 to 21 exited high school with a regular diploma in the 2012-2013 school year, besting the national average for the same group of students at about 65 percent.”

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