Pensacola Education Report 2015, Part 2

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Pensacola Education Report, Part 2

Students laughing in class while teach is giving a wire stripping demonstration

Students laughing in class while teach is giving a wire stripping demonstration

West Florida High School is Escambia County’s only consistent “A”-rated school, with test scores and graduation rates higher than all other county high schools. While the School District’s overall graduation rate reached 66 percent last year, West Florida’s graduation rate — at 94 percent — is one of the highest in the U.S.

Hundreds of miles northeast of Pensacola, North Charleston High School in South Carolina has shown some of the highest gains in test scores and graduation rates in the state. With a minority enrollment of 95 percent, and nearly all students eligible for free or reduced-price meals, North Charleston is shining a bright light in education.

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