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Can We Trust Increases in High School Graduation Rates?

  • Aired: 04/11/2013
  • 09:08
  • Rating: NR
Special correspondent for education John Merrow reports on what accounts for a national rise in high school graduation rates and why the increase has raised some questions about inflation in how schools report their data. He also explores new tactics educators are using to inspire students to succeed.
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