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Education Week's Diplomas Counts 2012, takes a close look at the state of schooling for Hispanic children, the challenges they face, and the lessons learned from some of the schools, districts, organizations, and communities that work closely with this population. This portrait is presented in tandem with the latest original graduation-rate analysis from the Editorial Projects in Education Research Center.
Because Hispanic students are an incredibly diverse group, representing a mix of socioeconomic and language backgrounds, Diplomas Count 2012 highlights that diversity with a series of student profiles and statistical portraits on the largest Hispanic heritage groups represented in K-12 schools. Read the executive summary of the report and its findings, or check out the articles and expert commentary.
SPECIAL WEB-ONLY FEATURES AVAILABLE AT EDWEEK.ORG
- The full Diplomas Count 2012 report and interactive tools: www.edweek.org/go/dc12.
- State Graduation Briefs for the 50 states and the District of Columbia featuring detailed data on current graduation rates and trends over time, definitions of college and work readiness, and state requirements for earning a high school diploma: www.edweek.org/go/dc12/sgb.
- EdWeek Maps, a powerful online database, lets users access graduation rates and other information for every school system in the nation and easily compare district, state, and national figures at maps.edweek.org.