what is the percentage of high school dropouts

11 Facts About High School Dropout Rates | DoSomething.org

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High School Dropout Statistics – Statistic Brain

High School Dropout Statistics (US) Total number of high school dropouts annually 3,030,000 Number of high school students who drop out each day 8,300 Percent of Americans with a high

High School Dropout Rates – Child Trends

Trends in high school dropout rates. Dropout rates for Hispanic youth reached a peak in the late 1980s and early 1990s, at 36 percent; rates have since declined substantially for each group. In 2014, the dropout rate for black youth reached an historic low of seven percent, while rates among Hispanic youth also reached an historic low of 11 percent.

U.S. high school graduates and dropouts: unemployment rate

Unemployment rate of high school graduates and dropouts not enrolled in school in the United States from 2000 to 2017. Not only were almost 32 percent of high school dropouts unemployed in 2016, but working high school dropouts earned less on average than individuals of …

Fast Facts – nces.ed.gov

Between 2000 and 2016, the male status dropout rate declined from 12.0 to 7.1 percent, and the female status dropout rate declined from 9.9 to 5.1 percent. The 2016 status dropout rate was 2.0 percentage points higher for male youth than for female youth.

By the Numbers: Dropping Out of High School | Dropout

Consider a few figures about life without a diploma: The average dropout can expect to earn an annual income of $20,241, according to the U.S. Census Bureau (PDF). That’s a full $10,386 less than the typical high school graduate, and $36,424 less than someone with a bachelor’s degree.

State High School Graduation Rates By Race, Ethnicity

49 rows · State High School Graduation Rates By Race, Ethnicity U.S. public high schools recorded …

Alabama 75 81 69
Alaska 70 76 70
Arizona 76 84 70
Arkansas 84 87 78

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High School Dropout Rate: Causes and Costs | HuffPost

May 30, 2014 · The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that dropouts bring in just $20,241 annually, which is $10,000 less than high school graduates and over $36,000 less …

Dropout Information – Texas Education Agency

Latest Dropout Data. TEA’s Division of Research and Analysis released its latest report on completion and dropouts, Secondary School Completion and Dropouts in Texas Public Schools, 2012-13 (PDF), in August 2014. Findings from the report include: The longitudinal dropout rate for the 328,584 students in the class of 2013 is 6.6 percent.