“Obama highlights record high school graduation rate”

(CNN, October 11, 2016) - President Barack Obama touted the highest US high school graduation rate on record Monday, while visiting a high school in Washington and encouraged students to continue their education.

"When we understand that no matter what you look like, where you come from, what faith you are, whether you're a boy or a girl, that you should have great opportunities to succeed and that requires you to put effort into it," Obama told students at Benjamin Banneker Academic High School.

The White House announced earlier that US high school graduation rates for the 2014-2015 school year was the highest number on record at 83.2%, although significant disparities still exist between groups of students.

Read the full CNN article here.

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