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Author(s):Swanson, C
Title:High school graduation rates by race/ethnicity, limited English proficiency, free and reduced price lunch
Source:http://inpathways.net/urban_institute_gradrates...
Date:2003
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Short Description:Provides a statistical portrait of the 2001 graduating class.
Annotation:This paper provides a statistical portrait of the 2001 graduating class. It examines differences in graduation rates bases on race/ethnicity, gender, and income, addressing gaps between these groups and between varying regions of the country.
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Achievement Gap
Data
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High School Graduation
Low-Income Students
Minority/Race/Ethnicity

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