Keeping track of grads a tall order

Local high schools don’t want to lose touch with graduates after they’ve received their diplomas and started college or a career.

School officials want to know how well students’ middle and high school courses prepared them for life after their senior year. Schools receive reports from agencies such as the Indiana Commission for Higher Education, detailing how many graduates needed to take remediation courses in college and how long students at public colleges in the state are taking to graduate.


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