Among the districts with black male student enrollment of at least 10, Detroit ranked the lowest, at number 50, in graduating its black male students.
The gap in proficiency levels underscored the need for better quality for all students— blacks, Latinos and whites, according to the report. Focusing on the individual needs of each student, instead of using a one-size-fits-all approach. In New Jersey, the black male graduation rate in the school year was 76 percent, Latino 77 percent and white 92 percent.
Jackson said he hopes the report will prompt action. But it is important to highlight particularly the black male population in this instance because, as our data indicate, in 35 of the 48 states as it relates to four-year graduation rates, black males are at the bottom.
Similarly, the white male graduation rate rose from The two statements are not mutually exclusive. The foundation is asking for better data from districts and states that are disaggregated by race and gender.
The states with the highest black male graduation rates were Maine, Idaho, Arizona, South Dakota and New Jersey, all with rates of more than 70 percent. The report, "Black Lives Matter: And while we say black lives matter, we believe that all lives matter. The city for years has had major initiatives targeted at black and Latino students, among them the Expanded Success Initiative, which includes a focus on 40 schools with high black and Latino student populations.
A standout district appeared to be Montgomery County, in Maryland, just outside Washington. Improving data reporting and collection: Noguera, a professor of education and the executive director of the Metropolitan Center at New York University, said the data suggest the need for a deeper look beyond graduation rates and to other "opportunity to learn" factors, including out-of-school suspensions and special education placements.
Connecticut, New York, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Nebraska all had gaps of more than 25 percentage points between black and white male students.
Jackson noted that the graduation rates for the Schott Foundation and some states and districts differed because some jurisdictions gave out multiple certificates, including a local diploma by the school district.
Reporters Corey Mitchell and Denisa R. It also wants consistent and comparable data across states. Fifteen percent of black male students received out-of-school suspensions, while the same was true for 7 percent of their Latino peers and 5 percent of white counterparts.
Jackson said that in some states it was easier to find incarceration data than graduation data. And then we need to be serious about aligning the resources to deliver those supports.Oct 17, · States could report high school graduation rates any old way they pleased, and many did.
Just to take one example, at the end of the 20th century, "North Carolina was reporting a four-year high school graduation rate in the high 90s," says Daria Hall at the nonprofit policy center The Education Trust.
Over the past decade, the Hispanic high school dropout rate has declined and college enrollment has increased, even as Hispanics trail other groups in earning a bachelor’s degree. The issue of education is an important one for Hispanics.
Sep 16, · Graduation Rates Rise; Gap Between Black and White Males Grows, Report Says. Inthe city's schools had a 53 percent four-year graduation rate for its black males, up from 49 percent in. Students are still dropping out of high school, but not at a rate of 7, per day.
By Lauren Camera, Education Reporter By Lauren Camera.
Dec 15, · For the fourth straight year, the U.S. high school graduation rate has improved — reaching an all-time high of 82 percent in the school year, the Department of Education announced.
The nation's high school graduation rate hit 82 percent inthe highest level since states adopted a new uniform way of calculating graduation rates five years ago.
"America's students have achieved another record milestone by improving graduation rates for a fourth year," U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan said.Download