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What happens after students graduate from high school?

Posted by: Alejandra Matos under People and neighborhoods Updated: July 16, 2014 - 10:33 AM

The Minnesota Department of Education released a new data tool this month that tracks how students fared after graduating from Minnesota's high schools. 

The state can now track how many students completed college and even what schools they attended. It's called the Minnesota Statewide Longitdunal Education Data Systrem (SLEDS). 

Here is how the class of 2008 in the Minneapolis Public Schools district fared in receiving post-secondary education. 

Feel free to discuss below, and if you want to see more information visit the SLEDS website here.

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