DOE: South Dakota students with disabilities exceeding expectations after high school
Special Education Report shows state still lagging in graduation, dropout rates
Students with disabilities in South Dakota are excelling at finding jobs or a post-secondary education after high school. But they’re also still dropping out early at a rate higher than 30 percent.
That’s according to data released by the state’s Department of Education this week in its annual Special Education Report, which outlines school district and statewide performance and outcomes in special education.
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