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Education commissioner: Kansas isn’t providing enough post-secondary graduates for workforce needs

The Topeka Capital-Journal, Feb. 14, 2017

Kansas Education Commissioner Randy Watson presented board members with data during their monthly meeting in Topeka that shows of the 64.5 percent of the cohort group of Kansas high school students who graduated in 2010 and immediately went to a post-secondary institution, only 24.3 percent graduated in four years, 35.2 percent graduated in five years and 39.3 percent graduated in six years. Read the story>

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