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Grade 9 Longitudinal Graduation and Dropout Rates,
by Race/Ethnicity, Economic Status, and Gender,
Texas Public Schools, Class of 2012

                                                      Graduated,  
                                              Graduated or       continued, or
          Graduated             Continued           Received GED         Dropped out          received GED         received GED   
Group Class Number Rate (%) Number Rate (%) Number Rate (%) Number Rate (%) Number Rate (%) Number Rate (%)
African American 43,141 36,036 83.5 2,393 5.5 360 0.8 4,352 10.1 36,396 84.4 38,789 89.9
 
American Indian 1,569 1,360 86.7 66 4.2 32 2.0 111 7.1 1,392 88.7 1,458 92.9
 
Asian 11,232 10,607 94.4 370 3.3 24 0.2 231 2.1 10,631 94.6 11,001 97.9
 
Hispanic 145,230 122,378 84.3 9,782 6.7 1,486 1.0 11,584 8.0 123,864 85.3 133,646 92.0
 
Pacific Islander <450 - 89.0 - 6.5 - 0.5 - 4.1 - 89.4 - 95.9
 
White 110,034 102,338 93.0 2,967 2.7 1,241 1.1 3,488 3.2 103,579 94.1 106,546 96.8
 
Multiracial 5,074 4,687 92.4 145 2.9 52 1.0 190 3.7 4,739 93.4 4,884 96.3
 
Economically disadvantaged 152,731 129,965 85.1 9,250 6.1 1,548 1.0 11,968 7.8 131,513 86.1 140,763 92.2
 
Female 155,183 139,751 90.1 6,205 4.0 1,080 0.7 8,147 5.2 140,831 90.8 147,036 94.8
 
Male 161,575 138,027 85.4 9,545 5.9 2,118 1.3 11,885 7.4 140,145 86.7 149,690 92.6

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 may be presented in such a manner as to provide a general idea of the number of students in the class while maintaining student anonymity. Numbers in class for race/ethnicity may not sum to the total because some student records did not correspond to any single racial/ethnic category.

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