Share of U.S. public high schools with low 12th grader retention rates 1990-2010

This statistic shows the share of public high schools in the United States that had low 12th grade student retention rates (between 10 and 70 percent retention) from the academic years 1990/91 to 2009/10. In 2009/10, 26 percent of U.S. schools had low retention rates when it came to 12th grade students.

Share of public high schools with low retention rates* of 12th grade students in the United States from 1990/91 to 2009/10

Share of public high schools with low 12 grader retention rates
2009/1026%
2008/0926.3%
2007/0827.5%
2006/0727.3%
2005/0628.5%
2004/0530.1%
2003/0430.1%
2002/0331.9%
2001/0234.2%
2000/0135.6%
1999/0035.8%
1998/9935.1%
1997/9834.1%
1996/9734.2%
1995/9632.9%
1994/9531.2%
1993/9428.6%
1992/9326.2%
1991/9226.9%
1990/9128.8%
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Source

Release date

May 2012

Region

United States

Survey time period

1990 to 2010

Supplementary notes

*For the purpose of this statistic low retention rates are considered to be between 10 and 70 percent retention.

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