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Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate Verification Technical Guide

Thursday, November 2, 2017

The Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate is an initiative of the Department of Education which began in the 2010-11 school year as an effort to capture graduation outcomes for all high school students in the US. All students attending a degree-granting public or public charter school in the US is assigned to a single ninth grade cohort year. DC public and public charter schools are responsible for tracking the educational trajectories and outcomes of ALL students who ever enroll in a DC public or public charter school at any point during their high school career.

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