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Grad Growth Among States RisesAnother Year of Grad Growth but States Need to Stay Focused
According to THE Journal, the latest data-rich "Building a Grad Nation" report shows that "while the high school graduation rate continues to increase, the rate of gain is too slow to meet the 90 percent national diploma-completion goal by 2020."

NOVA AdvisoryAdvisory Regarding University of Northern Virginia Records
Warning: Student records from the University of Northern Virginia should not be accepted as official documents. Neither transcripts nor diplomas from the institution can be verified as true and accurate.


Hospitalizing Virginia's BudgetHospitalizing Virginia's budget: State policy shifts in budget compromise
Virginia’s new budget, hammered out in private by a Suffolk druggist-legislator and a state Senator from the Shenandoah Valley, marks major shifts in state policy, beyond the commitment to expand Medicaid.




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College Application week news release

Release: 2016-17 marks a record for bachelor’s degrees and STEM-H credentials in Virginia

RICHMOND — More people earned bachelor’s degrees in Virginia in 2016-17 than ever before, including a record number of  degrees in STEM-H fields.

College Application week news release

Release: 2016-17 marks a record for bachelor’s degrees and STEM-H credentials in Virginia

RICHMOND — More people earned bachelor’s degrees in Virginia in 2016-17 than ever before, including a record number of  degrees in STEM-H fields.



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