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U.S. Graduation Rates Hit 81 Percent, Could Keep Rising

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Despite the 80 percent milestone, education advocacy groups say the U.S. must address a number of issues to keep graduation rates rising. Video provided by Newsy


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Workplace Extension of Classroom in Michigan

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AP (June 25, 2013) — College students in post-Great Recession America are seeking more specialized training in hopes of improving their chances of landing a job quickly after graduation. Schools such as Michigan's Kettering University are more than happy to oblige.
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A Degree From An Ivy Doesn’t Guarantee Happiness

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Autism Clues: Seeing Inside the Brain

Ivanhoe (Jan. 16, 2014) — More than two million Americans have autism and studies suggest prevalence rates increase 10 to 17 percent each year. Researchers are getting closer to understanding this mysterious disorder by looking side the brain.
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