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How much percent of people graduated in high school in 1917?
Are the Venezuelan people 93 percent literate and move on to universities after they graduate from high school?
Yes 93 percent of the Venezuelans are literate in the whole population and yes they do on go and move on to universities after they graduate from high school.
Maybe 10% or %5, that is honestly really sad,,but yah know,,stuff like that happens
68.6 percent :)
It depends. Some people finished high school early and some don't. You get people who skip a whole year because they are too smart. If you do A levels, you should graduate whe…n you're around 18-19. In Addition: The answer varies depending on where you live. In the United States, you can go to high school until you are 21 years old, however, most people graduate at the age of 17 or 18. Graduation is based more on having completed the courses required for graduation rather than your age.
Here are some figures from the US Census in the year 2000: Professional Degree $109,600 Doctoral Degree $89,400 Master's Degree $62,300 Bachelor's Degree $52,200 A…ssociate's Degree $38,200 Some College $36,800 High School Graduate $30,400 Some High School $23,400
the percentage is.. Only 70% of all students in public high schools graduate, and only 32% of all students leave high school qualified to attend four-year college…s. Only 51% of all black students and 52% of all Hispanic students graduate, and only 20% of all black students and 16% of all Hispanic students leave high school college-ready. The graduation rate for white students was 72%; for Asian students, 79%; and for American Indian students, 54%. The college readiness rate for white students was 37%; for Asian students, 38%; for American Indian students, 14%. Graduation rates in the Northeast (73%) and Midwest (77%) were higher than the overall national figure, while graduation rates in the South (65%) and West (69%) were lower than the national figure. The Northeast and the Midwest had the same college readiness rate as the nation overall (32%) while the South had a higher rate (38%) and the West had a lower rate (25%). The state with the highest graduation rate in the nation was North Dakota (89%); the state with the lowest graduation rate in the nation was Florida (56%). Due to their lower college readiness rates, black and Hispanic students are seriously underrepresented in the pool of minimally qualified college applicants. Only 9% of all college-ready graduates are black and another 9% are Hispanic, compared to a total population of 18-year-olds that is 14% black and 17% Hispanic. We estimate that there were about 1,299,000 college-ready 18-year-olds in 2000, and the actual number of persons entering college for the first time in that year was about 1,341,000. This indicates that there is not a large population of college-ready graduates who are prevented from actually attending college. The portion of all college freshmen that is black (11%) or Hispanic (7%) is very similar to their shares of the college-ready population (9% for both). This suggests that the main reason these groups are underrepresented in college admissions is that these students are not acquiring college-ready skills in the K-12 system, rather than inadequate financial aid or affirmative action policies
You can retrieve this information by going to the U.S. Census Bureau website. The below link will take you to the detailed tables for current population. These tables are list…ed under Educational Attainment in the United States. . Refer to: http://www.census.gov/population/www/socdemo/education/cps2003.html . Answer From Esteban Yanez: The percentage of African Americans who went to college in the year 2000 was 39% and the population was 3,154,502 people.
at least $1500 you if u want them to be able to get a car don't you. 50-100 is a good amount anything more would be very generous. It may be wise to consult with the grads par…ents on the amount you wish to give.
In High School
the Toadies(all but the bassist) graduated from Western Hills High School. Lisa did so at Arlington Hights High School
In US Army
Currently only 0.3% of those fit for military service (Estimated at around 120,000,000 people) in the United States are in the Army (approx 550,000. Since the Army requires …at least a high school diploma or GED in order to enlist or must be earned during service, around 100% have a high school diploma or equivalent. America's high schools can possibly graduate approximately 4 million students per year, but the success rate is only around 70%, graduating around 2.9 million per year. Of those students, less than 1,800 will enlist in the Army annually which is approximately 0.0039% of high school graduates per year.
In 1940 only 24.5 percent of the population 25 years and over had graduated from high school What percent had graduated from high school in 1970 and 2000?
52.3 percent (1970) and 80.4 prcent (2000)