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
68.6 percent :)
As of 2014, 80 percent of students graduate high school in the United States. This is a milestone as it is the first time the US has broken 80 percent graduation rate.
About 25% of high school athletes graduate from high school. Athelets think that their teachers will just give them the grade because their in a sport, taking to much for gran…ted one would say to another. I'm not an athelet and my life is great. I've carried a 3.5-4.0 all through high school so far. I'm proud . I personally think we don't need athelets around because their to much of a distraction in schools and out of school.
About 70% do,, but only 25% finish college.
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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.
In the United States alone hundreds of millions of people have graduated from high school.
not enough in these economy in order to succede one most go to college and stay in the same state to succede and leave a lot of financial money behind.
Why do only 45.5 percent of all Japanese people after graduating from high school move on to universities instead of the whole 100 percent?
Just like in America, people have other things they need to be doing. Some people dont have the time and money to get into universities. :-/ That is why all 100% opposed to 45….5% only get into universities
in india-1 million
0%; If they're attending a college in India they're not in high school... They're in college... In India... :D
In High School
Maybe 10% or %5, that is honestly really sad,,but yah know,,stuff like that happens
In High School