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Early High School Graduation Programs Gain Traction

Financial incentives are offered in Indiana, Idaho, Minnesota, South Dakota and Utah to students who complete high school in fewer than four years, lowering districts' instructional costs. Although exact figures remain elusive, the creation of these programs suggests their popularity may be growing among students, said Jennifer Dounay Zinth, a senior policy analyst at the Education Commission of the States.
July 29, 2013
 

Financial incentives are offered in Indiana, Idaho, Minnesota, South Dakota and Utah to students who complete high school in fewer than four years, lowering districts' instructional costs. Although exact figures remain elusive, the creation of these programs suggests their popularity may be growing among students, said Jennifer Dounay Zinth, a senior policy analyst at the Education Commission of the States.

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