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Timely graduation rates reveal a lot about how well colleges are fulfilling their academic mission.
 
Fewer students are graduating from high schools—not because graduation rates are down, but because birth rates fell by about 4 percent from 1990 to 2001.
Fewer students are graduating from high schools—not because graduation rates are down, but because birth rates fell by about 4 percent from 1990 to 2001.
 
The era of the four-year bachelor’s degree is over; today, only top students graduate within the traditional college timeline.
The era of the four-year bachelor’s degree is over; today, only top students graduate within the traditional college timeline.
 
The latest publication from The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal, “University of North Carolina System 2019 Fact Sheet,” provides information on enrollment, tuition, graduation rates, student debt, and more for schools in the UNC system in an “at-a-glance”-style brochure.
The latest publication from The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal, “University of North Carolina System 2019 Fact Sheet,” provides information on enrollment, tuition, graduation rates, student debt, and more for schools in the UNC system in an “at-a-glance”-style brochure.
 
On Thursday, state education officials released 2016-17 accountability results for all North Carolina district and charter schools.
On Thursday, state education officials released 2016-17 accountability results for all North Carolina district and charter schools.
 
Ten years ago, the University of North Carolina began raising minimum admission requirements for all schools in the system. Those changes worked, helping to raise retention and graduation rates since their implementation. Thirty-five percent of 2005 freshmen graduated four years later. By 2010...
Ten years ago, the University of North Carolina began raising minimum admission requirements for all schools in the system. Those changes worked, helping to raise retention and graduation rates since their implementation. Thirty-five percent of 2005 freshmen graduated four years later. By 2010...
 
Governor Pat McCrory released the following statement after overall high school graduation rates in North Carolina rose to 82.5 percent, a 14 point improvement since the 2006 academic year.
Governor Pat McCrory released the following statement after overall high school graduation rates in North Carolina rose to 82.5 percent, a 14 point improvement since the 2006 academic year.
 
That America needs a better-educated workforce has become today's honored wisdom, so what better measurement of progress than rising college graduation rates?
That America needs a better-educated workforce has become today's honored wisdom, so what better measurement of progress than rising college graduation rates?
 
Graduation rates among North Carolina's growing number of Hispanic students rose nearly 21 percent in six years, but there is disagreement in identifying the reason for the trend.
Graduation rates among North Carolina's growing number of Hispanic students rose nearly 21 percent in six years, but there is disagreement in identifying the reason for the trend.
 
High school graduation rates improved in 2011, increasing to 77.7 percent, the highest four-year graduation rate ever reported in North Carolina.
High school graduation rates improved in 2011, increasing to 77.7 percent, the highest four-year graduation rate ever reported in North Carolina.
 
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