Every child must graduate ready for further education and the workforce. Each year nearly 7,000 Wisconsin students drop out of school without earning a diploma. As adults they have a much greater chance of becoming unemployed, incarcerated, and on government assistance.
Graduation Goals: State Superintendent Tony Evers has made graduation the focus of his administration by setting aggressive but achievable graduation goals as part of Agenda 2017, in alignment with the vision of Every Child a Graduate, College and Career Ready.
Graduation results are used in Wisconsin Accountability determinations:
- Wisconsin school and district accountability report cards
- Federal Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs)
- Wisconsin State Performance Plan for students with disabilities
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