How Special Education Students Fared
This chart shows graduation and dropout rates for students age 14 or older for the 1999-2000 school year.
—Note: The percentages in this
table were calculated by dividing the number of students age 14 or
older who graduated with a standard diploma by the number of students
age 14 or older who are known to have left education (i.e., graduated
with a standard diploma, received a certificate of completion, reached
the maximum age for services, died, or dropped out).
—Washington state data are based on previous year's data.
—SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, Data Analysis Systems (DANS).
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