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Synonyms for graduation


Synonyms for graduation

the successful completion of a program of study

an academic exercise in which diplomas are conferred

a line (as on a vessel or ruler) that marks a measurement

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the act of arranging in grades

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Five of the 10 school districts with the most high school students in the cohort class of 2017 (1,200 to 3,230 students) improved their graduation rates.
ISLAMABAD -- After remarkably empowering women, Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP) is evaluating different poverty graduation models to make its beneficiaries self reliant.
Graduation or commencement is one of the most memorable and important ceremonies in a student's life.
The correlation between eighth-graders' scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress test and high-school graduation rates is tight: Good test scores lead to a high graduation rate.
Just looking at the map created by the data she collected, a viewer gets a quick visual image of how graduation rates differ around the nation.
According to new, preliminary data reported by states for the 2013-14 school year, states continue to increase high school graduation rates and narrow the gap for traditionally underserved students.
The month of March marks the culmination of School Year 2014-2015, and with it the holding of graduation day, a coming-of-age rite for young Filipinos in all levels - elementary, high school and college.
A decade ago, Texas was a poster-child for the ills that contributed to a national high school graduation crisis.
WESTBORO -- Project Graduation Westborough is an independent nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide members of each graduating class with a safe, chemical-free celebration the evening of their graduation.
In the highly competitive, rapidly evolving business of education, performance based funding is touted as a means to improve retention among students and the subsequent graduation rates within specified time periods such as four or six year (Sanford & Hunter, 2011; Meisenhelder, 2011; Legislature, 2010).
MANILA -- Taguig City Mayor Lani Cayetano once again assured parents of the more than 18,000 graduating students of local public schools that they will not be spending a single centavo for the graduation of their children beginning this March 16.
During the 2009-2010 academic year (the most recent year for which national figures are computed), the estimated average freshman graduation rate (AFGR) reached a 40-year high of 78.
ERIC Descriptors: Disabilities; Graduation; Graduation Rate; State Policy; English Language Learners; Career Readiness; College Readiness; Accountability; Educational Indicators; Educational Legislation; Federal Legislation; Dropout Rate; Information Management; Data; Access to Information; Disclosure; Academic Achievement
Americans United has urged a full federal appeals court to hold that it is unconstitutional for a public school to hold graduation ceremonies in the sanctuary of a Wisconsin church.
In new research, Douglas Webber and ronald Ehrenberg find that institutions of higher education serving lowincome students with relatively lower entrance exam scores may be able to increase their six-year graduation rates by spending more on student services, including admissions, registrar activities, tutoring programs, intramurals, and student organizations.