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Note: ACGR data are not reported
for Idaho, Kentucky, and Oklahoma.
It can be presumed that the gap
between students with disabilities
and students without disabilities is
larger than the gaps shown here
since the “all students” graduation
rate includes students with
disabilities. Source: Provisional Data File: SY2010-2011 Four-Year Regulatory Adjusted Cohort
Graduation Rates, U.S. Dept. of Education, 2012 14 | Diplomas at Risk: A Critical Look at the Graduation Rate of Students with Learning Disabilities | www.LD.org As shown on the map below, 11 states, heavily
concentrated in the southeast, have Four-Year
Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rates below 50 percent
as well as the District of Columbia. Thirteen states
have rates between 50 and 59 percent, six states
have rates between 60 and 66 percent. Only 17
states have Four-Year Adjusted Cohort Graduation
Rates above 66 percent. “The South is an Achilles heel for graduating students
with disabilities. Many states have graduation rates
below 50 percent, in part because most students
with disabilities are not on track to receive a regul...
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- Spring '14