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Longitudinal Completion Rates, Grades 9-12, by Ethnicity, Socioeconomic Status, and Gender,
Class of 2003, Texas Public Schools

        Graduated             Continued           Received GED         Dropped out         Completion I        Completion II    
Group Class Number Rate (%) Number Rate (%) Number Rate (%) Number Rate (%) Number Rate (%) Number Rate (%)
African American 36,082 29,260 81.1 3,816 10.6 745 2.1 2,261 6.3 33,076 91.7 33,821 93.7
 
Asian/Pacific Islander 8,418 7,703 91.5 431 5.1 123 1.5 161 1.9 8,134 96.6 8,257 98.1
 
Hispanic 93,063 71,966 77.3 11,769 12.6 2,732 2.9 6,596 7.1 83,735 90.0 86,467 92.9
 
Native American 746 632 84.7 46 6.2 34 4.6 34 4.6 678 90.9 712 95.4
 
White 125,262 112,460 89.8 4,870 3.9 5,115 4.1 2,817 2.2 117,330 93.7 122,445 97.8
 
Economically disadvantaged 85,880 66,843 77.8 10,638 12.4 2,719 3.2 5,680 6.6 77,481 90.2 80,200 93.4
 
Female 130,964 114,795 87.7 7,742 5.9 3,022 2.3 5,405 4.1 122,537 93.6 125,559 95.9
 
Male 132,607 107,226 80.9 13,190 9.9 5,727 4.3 6,464 4.9 120,416 90.8 126,143 95.1

Note. A dash (-) indicates data are not reported to protect student anonymity. When the number of students represented by a final status is not reported, the corresponding class size is presented in intervals of 50 to provide a general idea of the number of students in the class while maintaining student anonymity. In a class of <150, for example, the number of students is between 100 and 149. Completion I consists of students who graduated or continued high school. Completion II consists of students who graduated, continued high school, or received General Educational Development (GED) certificates.

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