The high school graduation rate of Iron County, MI was 91.70% in 2016. The high school graduation rate of Rusk County, WI was 87.50% in 2016.

Graduation Rates

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Education and Graduation Rates Datasets Involving Iron County, MI or Rusk County, WI

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    FY2014 MI Business Development Program Report

    transparencyarchive.michigan.gov | Last Updated 2016-11-18T18:46:58.000Z

    This table is generated off of a report for the Michigan legislature. To see the full report and footnotes, go to https://transparency.michigan.gov/FY2014-Business-Development-Program/FY2014-Business-Development-Program-Report/r5hg-r2wf

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    Lead Testing in School Drinking Water Sampling and Results: Most Recently Reported Beginning 2016

    health.data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2018-11-14T09:36:00.000Z

    This dataset shows the school water lead sampling and results information reported by each NYS public school and BOCES. It details the summary information on the samples taken, and the results returned from laboratory analyses. This will be updated on a continuing basis by each school. In accordance with legislation, the school districts have to sample their water for possible lead contamination and report the results to parents, the state Department of Health, and local government officials. The Lead Testing in School Drinking Water regulations may be found at this site: https://www.governor.ny.gov/sites/governor.ny.gov/files/atoms/files/LeadTestingRegs.pdf. To view the corresponding data set which lists all school buildings with lead free plumbing, click here https://health.data.ny.gov/Health/Lead-Testing-in-School-Drinking-Water-Buildings-wi/5hbp-c6bb. The data is self-reported by the schools in response to a Department of Health electronic survey, and transferred to Health Data NY as is without edits or redaction. Schools will update their information on an ongoing basis as their water sampling progresses and the laboratory analysis results are reported back to them. This dataset displays the most recently reported data by schools as and when the data is available. More information is available at the Department of Health website at http://www.health.ny.gov/environmental/water/drinking/lead/lead_testing_of_school_drinking_water.htm

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    PFAS Results Schools

    data.michigan.gov | Last Updated 2018-11-13T18:17:42.000Z

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    2012 Health Outcomes And Factors Rankings

    data.colorado.gov | Last Updated 2015-01-07T16:30:50.000Z

    This dataset ranks Colorado counties by health outcomes and factors for the year 2012.

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    Patient Characteristics Survey (PCS): 2015

    data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2018-08-07T23:29:51.000Z

    The number of persons described by survey year (2015) reported in OMH Region‐specific totals (Region of Provider) and three demographic characteristics of the client served during the week of the survey: sex (Male, Female, and Unknown), Transgender (No, Not Transgender; Yes, Transgender and Unknown), age (below 17 (Child), 18 and above(Adult) and unknown age) and race (White only, Black Only, Multi‐racial, Other and Unknown race) and ethnicity (Non‐Hispanic, Hispanic, Client Did Not Answer and Unknown). Persons with Hispanic ethnicity are grouped as “Hispanic,” regardless of race or races reported.

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    Berkeley PD Log - Jail Bookings

    data.cityofberkeley.info | Last Updated 2018-11-13T16:35:07.000Z

    Adults booked into the Berkeley Police Department Jail over the past 30 days.

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    CDHS Locations

    data.colorado.gov | Last Updated 2012-08-10T23:54:52.000Z

    Useful information about the locations of social services from the Colorado Department of Human Services within the State of Colorado.

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    2013 Brownfield Redevelopment Financing Act Rpt

    transparencyarchive.michigan.gov | Last Updated 2016-11-18T18:29:15.000Z

    This table is generated off of a report for the Michigan legislature. To see the full report and footnotes, go to https://transparency.michigan.gov/2013-Brownfield-Redevelopment-Financing-Act/2013-Brownfield-Redevelopment-Financing-Act-Rpt/8vth-sd6n

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    Patient Characteristics Survey (PCS): 2017

    data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2018-08-08T17:51:44.000Z

    The number of persons described by survey year (2017) reported in OMH Region‐specific totals (Region of Provider) and three demographic characteristics of the client served during the week of the survey: sex (Male, Female, and Unknown), Transgender (No, Not Transgender; Yes, Transgender and Unknown), age (below 17 (Child), 18 and above(Adult) and unknown age) and race (White only, Black Only, Multi‐racial, Other and Unknown race) and ethnicity (Non‐Hispanic, Hispanic, Client Did Not Answer and Unknown). Persons with Hispanic ethnicity are grouped as “Hispanic,” regardless of race or races reported.

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    Communities Connect Network

    data.seattle.gov | Last Updated 2012-06-21T17:53:51.000Z

    A project of the EdLab Group, Communities Connect Network (CCN) is a statewide coalition of public and private organizations working to make Washington State a leader in “digital inclusion” – the movement to ensure that all individuals have access and the skills to use the Internet and information technologies. CCN brings together community technology providers with state and local governments, corporate, philanthropic, and individual supporters to ensure that all residents are able to fully participate in Washington’s increasingly technology-rich society. Most recently, CCN is the recipient of federal Department of Commerce NTIA Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) funding for public computing centers. The Communities Connect Network Project works to improve broadband adoption rates, workforce preparation, digital literacy, access to education, justice resources, and training at 22 sites in seven counties around Washington State. Partners include non-profits, libraries, community centers and courthouses. See BTOP Computer Labs for a complete list of partners.