EDUCATION  At least six additional states have at least 60 percent of their students with disabilities graduating with a regular high school diploma

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A high school diploma is required to perform even the most basic jobs in the modern economy. In the 2010-2011 school year, 22 states graduated over 60% of their students with disabilities with a regular diploma. Some graduated as low as 23%. We would like to see at least six more states reach the goal of graduating 60% or more of their students with disabilities with regular diplomas by the end of 2015.

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