Friday, September 25, 2015

Report: Education In Middle Appalachia Improving, However Obstacles Persist.

The Education Week (9/22, Mader) “Rural Education” blog discussed a new report by nonprofit CNA Education found improvements in high school graduation rates and ACT scores are among a number of “academic outcomes for students living in “Middle Appalachia” [that] have improved over the past 20 years,” although it conceded “challenges unique to the region remain.”

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