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U.S. High School Graduation Rates Have Reached an All-Time High.

Federal data released Monday shows that more than 83 percent of high school students earned a diploma on time. Click here to read Alejandra Matos and Emma Brown’s article in The Washington Post.

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Georgia shows significant leap in high school graduation rate

The U.S. Department of Education released new high school graduation rates today, and Georgia showed a considerable leap. In 2014-2015, Georgia’s grad rate was 78.8.  In 2013-2014, it was 72.5. 857 more words


A Response to a Defense of Online Credit Recovery

A few weeks ago, at the August 15th Board of Education meeting, I submitted a nearly 20 page report documenting problems with the online credit recovery program, e2020. 553 more words

Plan 2020 Improves Graduation Rates and College Readiness in Alabama

Britton Devier teaches at Alabama’s Smiths Station High School where he fills a number of roles. In addition to coaching multiple sports teams, Britton Devier oversees credit recovery and advancement classes at the large school. 132 more words

Britton Devier

Will America vote for failure again?

In this election, a lot of ink and hot air is being expended to defend existing old and ineffective programs.

One particularly threadbare talking point is to pour even more money into the public school system. 1,225 more words


Graduations Up, Competence Down

DYSTOPIA–Although Dystopia College’s three-year-old Done Your Degree at Dystopia (DYDD) campaign has increased the college’s graduation rate–in response to pressure from state legislators and its accreditors–new research suggests that the competence of graduates has fallen in inverse proportion to the growth in the number of graduates. 160 more words

Convocation Speaker Announced

DYSTOPIA–Rudyard “Red” Neckerson, author of Git ’em In, Git ‘er Done, Git ’em Out: The Low Road to Higher Graduation Rates, will be the keynote speaker for this year’s Dystopia College faculty convocation, Provost Eddina Field announced today. 198 more words