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What It Means That The High School Diploma Is Now A Moving Target

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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel focused on disadvantaged youth in Chicago in his inaugural speech after being sworn in to a second term as mayor. Phil Velasquez/Chicago Tribune/Getty Images hide caption

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Graduation Rates: Chicago Says It Will Keep Better Track of At-Risk Students

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Raising Graduation Rates With Questionable Quick Fixes

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Students sit below a bulletin board of graduation notifications at Scavo Alternative High School in Des Moines, Iowa. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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Guess Which State Has The Best High School Graduation Rate?

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