Authored by Civic Enterprises and the Everyone Graduates Center at Johns Hopkins University, and released annually in partnership with the Alliance for Excellent Education and America’s Promise Alliance, the Building a Grad Nation report examines both progress and challenges toward reaching the GradNation campaign goal of a national on-time graduation rate of 90 percent. AT&T, lead sponsor, has supported the report series since its inception through AT&T Aspire, the company’s $400 million commitment since 2008 to graduate more students from high school ready for college and career.…
TAG: Grad Rate Data, Using Data, Special Populations, Black/African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Students with Disabilities, Homeless Youth, English Learners, Low-Income
promises: Effective Education, Caring Adults, A Healthy Start, Safe Places, Opportunities to Help Others
SOURCE: Civic Enterprises, America's Promise Alliance, Everyone Graduates Center at Johns Hopkins University, Alliance for Excellent Education
campaigns & initiatives: GradNation Campaign
Action Platform: High Quality Data
Paper Thin? Why All High School Diplomas Are Not Created Equal provides a state-by-state analysis of the different types of diplomas that states awarded to the Class of 2014 and the impact on traditionally underserved students.
Experts at the GradNation campaign – led by America’s Promise Ailliance, Civic Enterprises, the Everyone Graduates Center at Johns Hopkins University and the Alliance for Excellent Education – provide this FAQ to help explain what’s behind the increase in high school graduation rates.
The Building a Grad Nation Data Brief highlights state high school graduation rate trends, with a focus on the graduation rates for key groups of students. For the first time, the Data Brief includes 50 state reports detailing graduation rate progress. A precursor to the annual Building a Grad Nation Report, the Data Brief is co-authored by Civic Enterprises and the Everyone Graduates Center at Johns Hopkins University School of Education in partnership with America’s Promise Alliance and the Alliance for Excellent Education.
Every year, more than 1 million students delay graduation or drop out of high school at great cost to themselves and the national economy. Use this tool to explore how well your state educates its students and learn how graduating more students from high school can boost national, state, and local economies.
Written annually by Civic Enterprises and the Everyone Graduates Center at Johns Hopkins University, and released in partnership with America's Promise Alliance and the Alliance for Excellent Education, this report examines the progress and challenges the nation faces in reaching the GradNation goal of a national on-time graduation rate of 90 percent by the Class of 2020.
This site uses statistical snapshots of high schools in each state to demonstrate why higher standards are needed. The data includes information on graduation rates, college readiness, and academic achievement.