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See the latest graduation rates for 678 NY school districts: Search for yours 2/6/2023 Kevin Tampone,

Graduation rates at New York high schools rose slightly in 2022, according to new numbers from the state.

The graduation rate statewide was 87% last year, up from 86% the year before.

Of the 678 school districts in New York, 359 had 90% or more of their students graduate last year, according to the state. A total of 589 reported graduation rates of 80% or higher.

The Education Department released graduation data Thursday for the 2021-2022 school year.

The numbers reflect graduations as of August 2022 for students who entered ninth grade four years earlier, in the 2018-2019 school year. The totals include students who earned local diplomas, Regents diplomas and Regents diplomas with advanced designation.

“New York’s graduation rate continues its steady, upward trend,” Education Department spokesperson Emily DeSantis said in a statement. “Despite the sustained trajectory, additional work must be done to improve student outcomes for all students, especially our most vulnerable populations.”

READ MORE: See Onondaga County 2021-2022 high school graduation rates (chart)

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