Published Online: February 15, 2005
Published in Print: February 16, 2005, as N.C. Dropout Data

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N.C. Dropout Data

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North Carolina’s dropout rate rose slightly, to 4.9 percent of students in grades 9-12, last school year—about 1,000 students more than the 2002-03 year, according to state data. The shift has prompted some state education officials to call on lawmakers to raise the state’s compulsory education age from 16 to 17.

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