High school graduation rates in New Mexico
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High school graduation rates
Definitions:Percentage of all students in each school district to graduate high school in 4 years by cohort. Data for each year represents a 4-year cohort. The designation 'all students' includes: Female, Male, Caucasian, African American, Hispanic, Asian, American Indian, Economically Disadvantaged, Students with Disabilities, English Language Learner, and Migrant Students.
Data Source:New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED) 4-year graduation rates by cohort;
Footnotes:Percentages for the following school districts for 2016 are greater than or equal to the indicated values: Animas, Carrizozo, Clayton, Cloudcroft, Dora, Elida, Floyd, Grady, Jemez, Melrose, Penasco, Quemado, Santa Rosa, Tatum.
Percentages for the following school districts for 2020 are greater than or equal to the indicated values: Cloudcroft, Cuba, Des Moines, Grady, Melrose, Mosquero, Springer, Tatum, Vaughn, Wagon Mound.
NA signifies percentages obtained for groups with fewer than 10 students.
Updated June 2022.
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