Big Picture High School graduation rate fails to meet federal standards

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Big Picture High School graduation rate fails to meet federal standards

Every Student Succeeds Act identifies school as needing intervention
Big Picture High School graduated its first class of 10 students in 2012. All students had been accepted into college, according to an adviser, Manuel Sanchez, who provides congratulations at the class’s graduation. Recently, the high school was identified as needing support and intervention by the Every Student Succeeds Act because of its inconsistent four-year graduation rate.

Big Picture High School graduation rate fails to meet federal standards

Big Picture High School graduated its first class of 10 students in 2012. All students had been accepted into college, according to an adviser, Manuel Sanchez, who provides congratulations at the class’s graduation. Recently, the high school was identified as needing support and intervention by the Every Student Succeeds Act because of its inconsistent four-year graduation rate.
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