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ort cmierfrEc uca statthcs,0 R1 US Department of Education. Office of Educational Research and Improvement,U S DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. Office of Educational Research and Improvement,IJJ EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION. CENTER ERIC,ckThis document has been reproduced as. received from the person or organization,originating it.
O Minor changes have been made to improve,reproduction quality. Contact Mary Hatcher,Points of view or opinions stated in thisdocu. ment do not necessarily represent official July 1987. OERI position or policy,202 357 6618,Public School Graduatas 1981 1985. Graduation rates and runnbers of graduates for spring 1981 through. 1985 are presented in tables 1 through 5 along with related enrollment. information Sane highlights fran the tables and figures are. The national graduation rate for the 5 years included in. the tabulations has remained quite stable varying fran a low of. 69 5 in 1983 to a high of 70 8 in 3 984, Nine States and the District of Columbia had increasing or. stable graduation rates from 1983 to 1984 and again from. 1984 to 1985, Both ninth and twelfth grade enrollments have decreased.
every year for the 5 years included in the tabulations. METHODOLOGY, Data on numbers of graduates other danpleters and enrollment were. provided thrOugh the aion Core of Data CCD Survey Part V State. Nonfiscal RepOrt The CCD surveyt are an annual collection of basic. information at the universe of public schools The State Nonfiscal Report. includes informatiOn on enrollaent staffing and graduates The CCD. surveys are oonductecl by the Center for Education Statistics with the. assistance of the State educatich agencies SEAS in the 50 States the. District of Columbia and the outlying areas under U S jurisdiction. Data from outlying areas are not included here but are available upon. request The data were derived taxi the administrative records in each. tp In Caviling these data from administrative record systems each SEA. obtains fall enrollment reports fraa the local education agencies LEAs. that operate public schools Since each SEA uses various collection. CS 87 369h, methodologies to obtain tlynn data the as of dated for enrollment. counts may vary frcu State e State Each SEA May edit or examine the. individual LEA repeats before spiting State totals Upon receipt of the. data iron each State CES edits the reports using a machine edit procedure. tO chec k for internal and longitudinal consistency Questionable entries. are returned to the SEA for verification or correction before. publication, Graduation rates for 198344 and 1984 85 are those published in the. State Education Statistics Sump sent also kraal as The Wall Mart. prePered by the petiartmentis Office of Planning Budget and Evaluation. The graidatiiii rates presented there are derived from the CCD data con. enronaient and rusher of graduates The rates are adjusted for secondary. school Students who are not classified by grade and for interstate. migration In the adjusted figures the number of ninth grade students. used as the base incluidei the prorated share of unclassified secondary. school students for each State The perdentage that ninth grade. enrollment cagniSes of the nintb to twelfth grade enrollment is aplied. to the unclassified secondary counts and then this figure is added to the. ninth grade count To adjuSt for interstate migration the number of. ninth grade Students is mil tipliel by a migration factor The migration. factor it Calculated for each State as a ratio whoa elements are the. 14 to 16 year olds in 1983 as the riimerator and the 11 to 13 year olds. in 1980 as the dericminatdr The numerator is based on the Current. PoPulation Survey the denominator is based on the 1980 Census. Graduation rates for 1980 81 1981 82 and 1982 83 were calculated by. CES based on the CCD data using th e methodology described above. DEFINITIONS, Par111111Prit data are the uncbrplicated headccurrts of students whose. names were entered on the roll of the school or LEA as of October 3 of the. school year The 2agularialtztaasusutam are the muter of Ma dents. receiving a high schoordiplosa from the regular day school program in the. given school year Qty gapjigag are those students receiving a high. school diploma or its equivalent from other programs e g GErs and adult. evening sctrols,RESPONSE RATES, Although several States did not report the number of other.
completers survey responses were obtained from all States and the. District of Columbia for all years presented,LINITATIONS. The graduation rates presented here reflect the number of public. school graduated as a percentage of the corresponding ninth grade. enrollMent and are adjuste for interstate migration and unclassified. students There is no adjustment for other factors such as transfers to. and frai private Schools students who di not advance from grade to grade. at the normal rate and the like The graduation rate should not be used. as a proxy for dropout rates, The author is grateful for the carments and suggestions of the. reviaers JeweLl G Culd frau the American Federation of Teachers Anne. Hater Phil Kaufma and Don Malec from the tenter for Education. Sta tisticia and jim Wittebols frau the Ccuncil of Chief State School. MR ORE INFORMATICN, For more information on the Ca Survey State Nonfiscal Report. contact the project officer Mary l3atcher 202 357 6618. To order a 3 year data tape contact John Eusatko Information. Services 555 New Jersey Avenue NW Washington D C 20208 or telephone. 800 424 1616, Figure 1 Public school Ninth grade enrollment 1981 82 twelfth 0e. enrollment 1984 85 and number of high school graduates 118415. Ninth Twelfth Graduates,1981 82 1984 85 1984 85, Figure 2 Public school Ninth grade enrollment 1980 81 twelfth grade.
enrollment 1983 84 and number of high school graduates 1983 84. Ninth Twelfth Graduates,1980 81 1983 84 1983 84, Figure 3 Public school Ninth grade enrollwent 1979 80 twelfth grade. enrollwent 1982 83 and nuder of high school graduates 1982 83. Ninth Twelfth Graduates,1979 80 1982 83 1982 83, Figure 4 Public school Ninth grade enrollment 1978 791 twelfth grade. enrollment 1981 82 and naNiep of high school graduates 1981 82. Ninth Twelfth Graduates,978 79 1981 82 1981 82, Figure 5 Public school Ninth grade enrollment 1977 78 twelfth grade. enrollment 1980 81 and number of high school graduates 1980 81. Ninth Twelfth Graduates,197 78 1980 81 1980 81,Figure graduation rates academic years 1980 81 to. 1984 85 calculated as a percentage of ninth grade, enrollment 3 years earlier adjusted for interstate.
migration and secondary students who are not,assigned to a standard grade. 69 5 70 6 70 8 70 6,1980 81 1981 82 1982 83 1983 84 1984 85. 15 Academic Year,ip 4111111 lli,It ailii11111 1,4111111 P 1111. 111111111111in,411111111111111111111111111, Table 1 Public school Number of graduates twelfth grade enrollment ninth grade enrollment. 3 years earlier and graduation rates by State 1984 85. Graduation rate,adjusted for,Ninth Twelfth Regular migration and.
grade grade day school unclassified Other, enrollment enrollment graduates students completers. 1981 82 1984 85 1984 85 1984 85 1984 85,Total 3 290 428 2 598 677 2 413 738 70 6. Alabama 63 211 42 017 40 002 63 0,Alaska 6 991 6 652 5 184 67 1 2 019. Arizona 39 665 33 394 27 877,Arkansas 34 213 28 418 26 342 75 7 6 653. California 326 143 254 211 225 448 65 8 11 487,Cclorado 41 771 35 872 32 255 72 2 6 837.
Connecticut 39 951 33 417 32 126 80 4 7 858,Delaware 7 456 6 728 5 893 69 9 1 221. District of Columbia 6 756 4 325 3 940 54 8 1 077,Florida 122 218 89 383 81 140 61 2 24 189. Georgia 90 154 62 420 58 654 62 6 12 231,Hawaii 11 856 9 999 10 092 73 8 1 502. Idaho 15 249 13 259 12 148 76 7 1 045,Illinois 151 348 119 945 117 027 74 0. Indiana 81 331 68 646 63 308 76 4 7 863,Iowa 40 612 37 450 36 087 86 5 4 889.
Kansas 30 937 27 781 25 983 81 4 5 711,Kentucky 54 869 39 983 37 999 68 2 12 200. Louisiana 66 282 43 000 39 460 54 7 10 500,Maine 17 752 14 487 13 924 78 6 2 934. Maryland 60 196 49 647 48 299 77 7 6 781,Massachusetts 87 182 67 791 63 411 76 3. Michigan 142 775 109 706 105 908 71 9 17 045,Minnesota 60 125 58 128 53 352 90 6 5 156. Mississippi 39 567 27 916 25 315 61 8 7 500,Missouri 66 328 55 166 51 290 76 1 7 007.
Montana 11 621 10 649 10 016 82 9,Nebraska 20 751 19 360 18 036 86 9 1 009. Nevada 11 308 10 230 8 572 63 9 1 910,New Hampshire 14 357 11 127 11 052 75 2 1 974. New Jersey 103 000 84 357 81 547 77 3 13 023,New Mexico 21 051 17 040 15 622 71 9 4 030. New York 252 068 177 510 166 752 62 7 12 395,North Carolina S3 772 70 509 67 245 70 3 16 071. North Dakota 9 100 8 555 8 146 86 1 1 287,Ohio 154 291 134 001 122 281 76 1 11 208.
Oklahoma 44 191 36 580 34 626 71 1 6 251,Oregon 37 239 31 037 26 870 72 7 7 120. 157 224 131 240 127 226 77 2 17 679,Rhode Island 12 688 9 993 9 201 71 3 2 215. South Carolina 53 801 37 622 34 500 62 4 6 947,South Dakota 9 421 8 537 8 206 85 1 1 415. Tennessee 66 487 50 416 43 293 64 1 7 963,Texas 235 048 171 694 159 234 63 2. Utah 23 988 22 132 19 890 75 9 3 000,Vermont 7 133 6 111 5 769 83 4 1 429.
Virginia 81 394 63 587 60 959 73 7 10 368,Washington 60 030 54 110 45 431 74 9 8 926. West Virginia 28 727 22 930 22 262 72 8 5 304,Wisconsin 69 631 63 524 58 851 84 0 8 153. Wyoming 7 169 6 085 5 687 74 3 1 426, 1 Graduation rates are from the State Educaticin Statistics Supplement Student Performance. and Resource Inputs 1985 and 1986 also known as The Wall Chart U S Department of. Education 1987 The rates were calculated based on the ninth grade enrollment 3 years. earlier and were adjusted for interstate migration and secondary students who were not. assigned to a standard grade, a Due to differences in reporting across States these counts are not directly comparable. Because of these differences and missing data no national total is included. a Estimate,Data not available, rw Table 2 Public school Number of graduates twelftn grade enrollment nintn grade enrollment.
4 3 years earlier and graduation rates by State 1983 84. Graduation rate,2 1 Ninth Twelfth Regular migrjatiosten and 2. grade grade day school unclassified Other, enrollment enrollment graduates students completers. 1 State 1980 81 1983 84 1983 84 1983 84 1983 84,Total 3 379 921 2 678 061 2 427 241 70 8. Alabama 64 139 46 274 42 021 65 2,Alaska 6 639 6 420 5 457 74 7 2 226. Arizona 40 563 33 608 28 332 64 6,Arkansas 35 367 28 896 27 049 75 2 5 660.
1 California 335 085 266 889 232 199 63 2 11 345,Colorado 40 937 36 119 32 954 75 4 6 385. Connecticut 42 170 35 423 33 679 79 1 8 953,Delaware 8 076 7 210 6 410 71 1 1 467. District of Columbia 6 906 4 289 4 073 55 2 1 421,Florida 127 374 92 877 85 908 62 2 24 299. Georgia 92 612 64 251 60 718 63 1 11 015,Hawaii 12 514 10 302 10 454 73 2 1 652. Idaho 14 987 13 068 11 732 75 8 1 144,Illinois 158 553 124 693 122 561 74 5.
Indiana 83 966 70 246 65 710 77 0 8 444,Iowa 42 372 38 729 37 248 86 0 5 531. Kansas 31 755 28 464 26 730 81 7 6 595,Kentucky 56 989 40 773 39 645 68 4 12 200. Louisiana 67 769 43 012 39 021 56 7 10 547,Maine 18 101 14 543 13 935 77 2 3 050. Maryland 64 232 51 546 50 684 77 8 7 231,Massachusetts 89 307 70 088 65 886 74 3. Michigan 149 403 113 642 72 2 14 282,Minnesota 57 701 60 348 55 376 89 3 5 271.
Mississippi 40 849 28 719 26 324 62 4 7 500,Missouri 69 032 56 623 53 388 76 2 8 697. Montana 12 051 10 889 10 224 82 1 1 627,Nebraska 21 626 19 857 18 674 86 3 805. Nevada 11 221 9 997 8 726 66 5 2 378,New Hampshire 14 933 12 055 11 478 75 2 1 929. New Jersey 107 283 88 568 85 569 77 7 12 916,dew Mexico 21 705 17 264 15 914 71 0 4 252. New York 264 763 184 845 174 762 62 2 12 840,North Carolina 94 444 70 113 66 803 69 3 13 361.
North Dakota 9 549 8 877 8 569 86 3 1 261,Ohio 158 82 137 818 127 837 80 0 4 497. Oklahoma 43 843 37 567 35 254 73 1 6 167,Oregon 37 060 31 326 27 214 73 9 6 041. Pennsylvania 163 976 136 206 132 412 77 2 21 876,Rhode Island 13 144 10 541 9 652 72 3 3 402. South Carolina 55 509 39 308 36 800 64 5 7 209,South Dakota 9 862 8 955 8 638 85 5 1 646. Tennessee 68 239 52 038 44 711 64 5 8 479,Texas 233 357 172 561 161 580 64 6.
Utah 22 846 21 901 19 606 78 7 2 948,Vermont 7 392 6 220 6 002 83 1 1 395. Virginia 81 937 65 031 62 177 74 7 10 421,Washington 59 142 53 363 44 919 75 1 9 953. West Virginia 29 095 23 193 22 613 73 1 5 681,Wisconsin 73 603 66 424 62 189 84 5 834. Wyoming 7 121 6 092 5 764 76 0 1 480, 1 Graduation rates are from the State Education Statistics Supplement Student Performance. and Resource Inputs 1985 and 1986 also known as The Wall Chart U S Department of. Education 1987 The rates were calculated based on the ninth grade enrollment 3 years. earlier and were adjusted for interstate migration and secondary students who were not. assigned to a standard grade, 2 Due to differences in reporting across States these counts are not directly comparable.
Because of these differences and missing data no national total is included. 3 Adjusted with estimate of number of graduates for Michigan. Data not available,Table 3 Public school Number of graduates twel. EARS PRICE MF01 PC01 Plus Postage 70 8 in 3 984 Nine States and the District of Columbia had Each SEA May edit or examine the

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