High School Graduation Rates by State and Race, September 2003

The study which is linked to below was sponsored by the Manhattan Institute. It excludes from graduation rate calculations those students who left high school and received a GED .

High school graduation rates are notoriously difficult to calculate. Therefore, knowlegable consumption of such data requires an understanding of the statistical methods used to calculate the results. The method used in this study is available on the Manhattan Institute's website, here.

Public High School Graduation and College Readiness Rates in the United States. Education Working Paper No. 3  September 2003
Jay P. Greene, Ph.D.
Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute for Policy Research
Greg Forster, Ph.D.
Senior Research Associate, Manhattan Institute for Policy Research
Funding for this report was provided by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

To Table I, High School Graduation Rate by State and Race

 

 


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