The Economics of Higher Graduation Rates

The Economics of Higher Graduation Rates

Graduating from high school means better job prospects and higher earning potential for individuals, but what does it mean for the community or country as a whole? This poster explores the projected benefits and economic ripple effects, at regional, state, and national levels, that would result from improving America’s education rates. The figures shared demonstrate the economic effects at the peak earning year for new graduates; the cumulative economic effects of improvements would be even greater.

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