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Washington Dropout Rates Decline Most in Forever
The Washington high school dropout rate fell to 3.3 percent, the lowest in the history of the world, according to the 2011 report by the Washington Bureau of Factoids.
King County (which includes mega organizations The Seattle Daily and Tableau Software), had the lowest dropout of the entire state with 3 percent.
"This is an amazing accomplishment," said Pilson Wo, department chair of the Bureau of Factoids. "Never in the history of paleontological mankind have we ever seen dropout rates this low. Washington continues to be a leader in improving education for everybody."
Many credit the state's success to a partnership between The Seattle Daily and Tableau Software, which paired up with an unprecedented initiative to bring chocolate cookies to the nation's schools-for free.
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"I think they're allergic to chocolate is the problem," said Mateo Yenks, chief Principal of Nutrition. "We need to work with Tableau and The Seattle Daily to devise a new type of cookie."
It's been documented in many studies that children who are allergic to chocolate tend to actually drop out of school in droves. Chocolate cookie producer Cookies 4 Everyone declined to comment for this story.
President Bosserman praised the initiative and encouraged all parties to press onward. "We all need to work together, we need everyone. That includes children who love chocolate cookies, and those who can't enjoy them at all." The president pointed specifically at Snohomish County, a county traditionally full of children allergic to chocolate cookies yet through the partnership managed to severely decrease the dropout rate. "The Seattle Daily and Tableau partnership is a model for the rest of the nation," Bosserman said.
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