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Find your school’s 2014 graduation rate

Find your school’s 2014 graduation rate

Colorado’s on-time graduation rate continued rise in 2014, according to data released and compiled by the Department of Education.

The state rate for students graduating in four years rose to 77.3 percent, up from 76.9 percent last year. The percentage of students dropping out fell to 2.4 percent.

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