### Index of Slides

- Graduation and Other Results: Students Who Began 9th Grade in 2000 and 2001
- Graduation and Other Results
- Improved Data System
- Who Are the Students Who Started 9th Grade in 2000 and 2001?
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- The percentage of 8th graders reaching all the standards in Math was low in 2000 and 2001. These are the students who had serious academic problems in high-need districts. Note that many students in subsequent years improved significantly. But much remains to be done.
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- Middle School English Although later students in middle school had fewer serious academic problems in English, they have not able to achieve higher standards in English. This stands in direct contrast to their performance in math.
- The Picture Overall
- The Number and Percent of Graduates in the 2000 and 2001 Cohorts Who Earned Each Diploma Type
- Graduation Rate: Students Who Entered 9th Grade in 2000 After 5 Years
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- Cohort results of students starting 9th grade in 2000 as of June 30, 2005 after 5 years
- Only a small majority of students in New York City and the Big 4 Cities had graduated after 5 years, but over 93 percent of students in Low Need Districts did.
- General-Education Students in the 2000 Cohort graduated at a higher rate than all students after 5 years, but NYC students were much less likely than rest of State students to graduate.
- Fewer than one-quarter of students with disabilities in NYC graduated with a Regents or local diploma after 5 years; statewide almost 50 percent did. Many received an IEP diploma.
- Statewide, fewer than half of English Language Learners graduated after 5 years.
- Black and Hispanic students were less likely to graduate than Whites and Asians after 5 years.
- Males were less likely than females to graduate and more likely to dropout after 5 years.
- Graduation Rate: Students Who Entered 9th Grade in 2001 After 4 Years
- The graduation rate of all students in urban high need districts was low, generally ranging from 43 to 58% after 4 years. Many were still enrolled.
- Percentage of General-Education Students who started 9th grade in 2001 by Outcomes as of June 30, 2005 after Four Years
- The Percentage of Students with Disabilities who started 9th grade in 2001 by Outcomes as of June 30, 2005 after 4 years
- The Percentage of ELL Students who started 9th grade in 2001 by Outcomes as of June 30, 2005 after Four Years
- The Percentage of Students who started 9th grade in 2001 in Each Racial/Ethnic Group by Outcomes as of June 30, 2005 After Four Years
- Graduation Rates for Minority Students
- The Percentage of male and female students who started 9th grade in 2001 by Outcomes as of June 30, 2005 after 4 years
- Why Did Almost 30% of Students Not Graduate in 5 Years?
- What Are the Courses That Students Had to Pass?
- Regents Exam Results
- Regents Exam Results: Students who started 9th grade in 2000 after 5 years
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- Regents Exam Results: Students who started 9th grade in 2001 after 4 years
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- More of the Picture: Progress, But Many Problems
- New York’s own 4th grade tests show progress for Black and Hispanic Students. Since 1999, when the first 4th grade tests were given, the percentage of Black and Hispanic students meeting all the standards has doubled.
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- Closing the Achievement Gap
- What Can Be Done
- What Can Be Done
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- What Can Be Done: Students with Disabilities
- What Can Be Done: English Language Learners
- The Picture Overall