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  • Alaska’s high school dropout rate outpaces national average

    Anchorage, Alaska (AP)

    Alaska’s high school dropout rate far outpaces the national average. In fact, it was double the national average from 2005 to 2006, or 8 percent, according to U.S. Department of Education figures.

    In Alaska, the Commission on Postsecondary Education says 38 percent of today’s ninth-graders will have no high school diploma in 10 years. That puts Alaska last in the nation for the number of ninth-graders who will likely have a four-year college degree in 10 years.

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