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Data from SY 2017-18

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Use the tabs to the below to navigate a snapshot of the data regarding Graduation Rates, Assessment Results, Attendance, and Disciplinary Action:

Below is an overview of the areas of concern:

Overview by Race:

  • Black students had the second lowest attendance rates.
  • Black students had the highest rates of suspension.
  • Black students had the lowest achievement rates on district level assessments
  • Black students had the lowest rate of growth on district level assessments
  • Black students have the lowest 4-year and 5-year high school graduation rates.

Overview by Ethnicity:

  • Latinx students had the lowest attendance rates.
  • Latinx students had the second lowest achievement rates on district level assessments.
  • Latinx students had the second lowest rate of growth on on district level assessments
  • Latinx students had the second lowest 4-year and 5-year high school graduation rates.

Overview by Gender:

  • 9.6% of boys have been suspended more than 1 day, 5.8% of girls have been suspended in that same time.
  • Approximately 12% more girls achieved a level 4 or 5 on district level assessments than boys.
  • Approximately 13% more girls graduated high school in 4 years than boys; about 11% more girls graduated high school in 5 years than boys.