(Fox News) Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s state ranks last in the nation in education for the third year in a row, according to a children’s well-being report released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation.

According to the report, about 40 percent of Nevada’s high school seniors didn’t graduate on time in 2012. The percentage is the highest failure rate in the country and double the national average.

Nevada also had the lowest preschool participation rate in the U.S., with 30 percent of children receiving schooling before kindergarten compared with a 46 percent national average.

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