Dropout Rates By Family Income Level

by Kaitlin Senk on Jun 18, 2013 | Views: 61 | Score: 0
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Kaitlin Senk
Kaitlin Senk on Jun 18, 2013 9:36 AM said:

The percent of 15-24 year-olds who dropped out of 10-12 grade without receiving a high school diploma or alternative certificate is higher for lower income families. Higher income families experienced a below average dropout rate. Overall, dropout rates are declining.