February 28, 2015

Education

Below Average

David Villano | 1/1/2006
Among residents 25 years and older, Miami-Dade lags the state average in high school and college grads.
Education LevelHialeahMiamiMiami-DadeFloridaHigh school graduates49.8%52.7%67.9%79.9%College graduates10.4%16.2%21.7%22.3%Source: U.S. Census BureauFor more information: census.gov

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