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October 25, 2013
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Boo U Coming to Kent State Stark 

Kent State Stark will welcome the community to its campus for Boo U, a free family-friendly educational fall celebration for elementary school-aged kids, on Thursday, October 31st, from 5 to 7 p.m. Visit for more information.  

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McKinley and Washington High Schools SurpassSending Urban High School Grads to CollegeNational Urban College-Going Average


Seventy-one percent of Canton's McKinley High School and 70% of Massillon's Washington High School students enroll in college within two years of graduating high school - that's a higher percentage than the national average of 66% for similar schools. Further, compared to the national average of 32%, 45% of all McKinley and 50% of Washington graduates are more likely to enroll in four year colleges.


Such comparisons are now possible due to a new report from the National Student Clearinghouse, High School Benchmarks: National College Progression Rates.[1] Stark's urban high schools now have an unparalleled opportunity to view their students' outcomes against a sample of over 200,000 students in similar high schools across the nation.


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