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Grade 9 Longitudinal Graduation and Dropout Rates,
by Race/Ethnicity, Economic Status, and Gender,
Texas Public Schools, Class of 2013

                                        Graduated,
                                        continued,
          Graduated             Continued           Received GED         Dropped out         or received GED
Group Class Number Rate (%) Number Rate (%) Number Rate (%) Number Rate (%) Number Rate (%)
African American 44,189 37,162 84.1 2,352 5.3 298 0.7 4,377 9.9 39,812 90.1
 
American Indian <1,500 - 85.8 - 4.4 - 1.3 - 8.5 - 91.5
 
Asian 12,058 11,312 93.8 360 3.0 21 0.2 365 3.0 11,693 97.0
 
Hispanic 155,160 132,051 85.1 9,153 5.9 1,307 0.8 12,649 8.2 142,511 91.8
 
Pacific Islander <450 - 89.5 - 4.7 - 0.5 - 5.3 - 94.7
 
White 109,915 102,213 93.0 2,845 2.6 996 0.9 3,861 3.5 106,054 96.5
 
Multiracial 5,345 4,899 91.7 165 3.1 48 0.9 233 4.4 5,112 95.6
 
Economically disadvantaged 162,779 138,630 85.2 8,868 5.4 1,493 0.9 13,788 8.5 148,991 91.5
 
Female 161,039 145,457 90.3 5,865 3.6 971 0.6 8,746 5.4 152,293 94.6
 
Male 167,545 143,841 85.9 9,095 5.4 1,721 1.0 12,888 7.7 154,657 92.3

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.

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