Number 1 with Asian students with a graduation rate of 95 percent.
Number 1 for white students with a graduation rate of 92 percent.
Number 1 by tying with Montana with a graduation rate of 81 percent for African-American students.
Has the third highest graduation rate for all students, tying with Tennessee, New Hampshire, Indiana, Nebraska and North Dakota with a rate of 86 percent. Iowa, Vermont and Wisconsin exceed Texas by one to two percentage points.
Number 2 for Hispanic students with a graduation rate of 82 percent, behind only Maine.
Number 2 for children with disabilities who graduate at a rate of 77 percent. Only South Dakota had a higher rate.
In a tie for second place with Missouri for multi-racial students who have a graduation rate of 92 percent, with only Delaware students graduating at a higher rate.
In a tie for second place with New Jersey with an American-Indian graduate rate of 87 percent. Only Tennessee has a higher rate.
Number 2 for economically-disadvantaged students who graduate at a rate of 84 percent, behind only South Dakota.
Number 26 for limited English proficient students who have a graduation rate of 58 percent. Those who become proficient in English are removed from the limited English proficient category.
Yeah, but to be fair, we (MT) only have about four black folks in the whole state... So you can prolly claim that one for yourself, I guess...