Dropout Prevention and Student Re-Engagement is dedicated to strengthening, coordinating and aligning resources to reduce the Colorado dropout rate and ensure graduation and school completion and will advance efforts across the state to support planning and implementation of effective practices at the local level. The Dropout Prevention and Student Re-Engagement Unit includes six programs and initiatives and in 2014-15 represents over $28.8 million in funding to support communities, local education agencies, and schools.
Latest News and Updates
Dropout Rate Continues to DeclineState continues to show improvement in graduation rate.
Data released Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015 by CDE shows the statewide on-time graduation rate for the class of 2014 increased 0.4 percentage points to 77.3 percent as compared to last year.
Resources and Tools for Graduation and Dropout Rates
- Full press release
- Overview of Graduation and Dropout Calculations
- Graduation Rate Infographic
- Dropout Rate Infographic