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High School Dropout Rate (Alameda County, 2013)

Estimated percentage of public high school students who drop out before graduating, based on the adjusted four-year derived dropout rate, Alameda County 2013.

  • 20.9% of African American high school students in Alameda County drop out before graduating.
     
  • 4.7% of Asian high school students in Alameda County drop out before graduating.
     
  • 5.1% of Filipino high school students in Alameda County drop out before graduating.
     
  • 16.1% of Latino high school students in Alameda County drop out before graduating.
     
  • 25.6% of Native American high school students in Alameda County drop out before graduating.
     
  • 17.0% of Pacific Islander high school students in Alameda County drop out before graduating.
     
  • African American high school students in Alameda County (20.9%) are more than three times as likely to drop out before graduating as White high school students (5.5%).
     
  • Latino high school students in Alameda County (16.1%) are nearly three times as likely to drop out before graduating as White high school students (5.5%).
     
  • Native American high school students in Alameda County (25.6%) are nearly five times as likely to drop out before graduating as White high school students (5.5%).
     
  • Pacific Islander high school students in Alameda County (17%) are more than three times as likely to drop out before graduating as White high school students (5.5%).

 

African American

Latino

Native
American/
Alaska
Native

Asian Filipino

Pacific
Islander

White

% of Public High School Students Dropping Out, Alameda County, 2013

20.9

16.1

25.6

4.7

5.1

17.0

5.5

As cited on www.kidsdata.org, a program of the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health.

Definition: Estimated percentage of public high school students who drop out of high school, based on the adjusted four-year derived dropout rate, by race/ethnicity. This adjusted dropout rate estimates the percentage of high school students who would drop out in a four-year period based on data collected for a single year.

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