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  • Sanderson High grad rate jumps

    VIDEO: Sanderson High School Principal Greg Decker and staff announce their senior graduation rate for this year at 89.1 percent, a 7.7 percent increase over last year. Sanderson staff have been improving their school plan, working with students on literacy and holding interventions for at risk 9-12th graders that helps increase the overall graduation rates at the north Raleigh high school.

VIDEO: Sanderson High School Principal Greg Decker and staff announce their senior graduation rate for this year at 89.1 percent, a 7.7 percent increase over last year. Sanderson staff have been improving their school plan, working with students on literacy and holding interventions for at risk 9-12th graders that helps increase the overall graduation rates at the north Raleigh high school. Harry Lynch The News and Observer
VIDEO: Sanderson High School Principal Greg Decker and staff announce their senior graduation rate for this year at 89.1 percent, a 7.7 percent increase over last year. Sanderson staff have been improving their school plan, working with students on literacy and holding interventions for at risk 9-12th graders that helps increase the overall graduation rates at the north Raleigh high school. Harry Lynch The News and Observer

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