Most Oregon students unprepared for college, study finds

09/17/2003 | Oregonian (Portland), The

In a report released today, the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research found that only 25% of Oregon students who graduate are fully prepared for college, and about 33% fail to earn a high school diploma in four years. This compares with 32% and 30% nationally, the study found and suggested that some states have inflated dropout rates.

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