Multiple Paths to Graduate
Creating Strong College and Career Pathways
Georgia has some of the most stringent graduation requirements in the nation. Since taking office, Georgia's graduation rate has jumped more than 6 points to 79%. Students who complete a Career Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) career pathway have a 94.9% graduation rate. Students who are enrolled in an Advanced Placement course have a 97% graduation rate. Giving students more options to satisfy the fourth math, science, and English Language Arts graduation requirement provides multiple paths toward academic success.
Under Superintendent Woods' leadership, the Department of Education is developing a Counseling Companion that will match the interests of the student to multiple college and career pathways -- this will be a powerful tool for parents, teachers, and counselors.
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