I’m relaying — from the FWISD PDF I shared — that only 3, 687 students graduate from a district with a total student body of 81, 511. I’ll let you do that math.

Texas, as of 2013, is ranked 50th among national graduation rates. Would be 50th out of 50.

http://www.texasobserver.org/texas-on-the-brink-we-can-do-better/

]]>If “High School populations” are “x”, and “Elementary populations” are “y”, So that 2x = y, and x is 100 and y is 10; there is a 90% drop.

The enrollment at FWISD reflects this drop, too.

If you want “numbers”, FWISD has a total enrollment of 81,511 students but in 2010 only graduated 3,687; so, this rate is actually a bit higher, at 95%.

I tried to simplify the math, really. And, again, I worked Administration in the Department of Student Engagement, the Department concerned with these statistics.

Thank you, though, for the chance to give that insight.

http://www.edline.net/files/_rNE3a_/97805427635a20c83745a49013852ec4/District_Profile.pdf

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