Paulding graduation rate drops slightly
04:13 PM, Thursday, October 30
Paulding County's high school graduation rate dipped to 77.6 percent in 2014. The rate was a decrease from 78.3 percent in 2013, but higher than 75.5 percent in 2012. Paulding's 2014 rate still was well above the statewide graduation rate of 72.5 ...

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