Milwaukee Public Radio, June 1, 2016
For the past two years now, Woodburn has been beating the state’s high school graduation rate — by double digits. But lately, there’s something that’s been bothering Garza. Take, for example, the class of 2008. Out of about 300 students, only 25 went on to receive their bachelor’s degree.
Earlier this year, Woodburn administrators started getting information from the National Student Clearinghouse. That’s a body that collects data from colleges and universities across the country to track what happens to students after they graduate from high school. Read more>