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Half of Arizona High School Graduates Aren’t Attending College

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The Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) has released new data showing that half of Arizona high school graduates aren’t attending college. In a report on college enrollment and completion released by ABOR, it states that 71,337 students graduated from Arizona high schools in 2017 and 33,812 of them chose not to go on and receive a post-secondary education.

The biggest question is why. Stay tuned for our analysis and how we’re helping to solve the problem. Check out the rest of the report here.

 

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