The high school dropout rate among Hispanic students has dropped sharply in the past decade, reaching an all-time low of 10 percent, according to a new study. In 1996, 34 percent of Hispanic students had left high school before earning their diplomas, but by 2016, that number had fallen to 10 percent, an all-time low, according to the Pew Research Center.
Climate Change: Implementing School Discipline Practices That Create a Positive School Climate Report/Fact SheetSeptember 19, 2013
School Discipline Policies Should Aim to Keep Students in School and Engaged, According to a New Alliance Report Press ReleaseSeptember 19, 2013
Middle and high school students subjected to harsh school discipline policies and practices such as suspensions and expulsions are more likely to disengage from the classroom and course work, and increases their chances of dropping out, according to a new report from the Alliance for Excellent Education.
After teaching math at Kate Bond Middle School all day, Fran Wilson went to Kennedy Park Wednesday afternoon to cheer on the girls’ softball team — and make lesson plans in her head ... Daily crime stat: About 75 percent of America’s state prison inmates, and about 70 percent of people in jail, did not finish high school. (Source: Alliance for Excellent Education).
Building a Grad Nation: Progress and Challenge in Ending the High School Dropout Epidemic Webinar/EventApril 30, 2013
The Alliance for Excellent Education held a webinar on the success in addressing the dropout crisis taking place in high schools and school districts all across country.
If all the United States’ dropouts from the Class of 2006 had graduated, the nation could have saved more than $17 billion in Medicaid and expenditures for uninsured health care over the course of those young people’s lifetimes, according to estimates by the Alliance for Excellent Education, a national policy organization.
One dropped out of high school to take care of his ailing mother. Another said he left to work so he could support his new baby ... An Alliance for Excellent Education report from November 2011 that relied on 2009 data noted that the average annual income for a high school graduate is $27,380, while a high school dropout earned $19,540 — a difference of $7,840.
Facing the school dropout dilemma In the NewsApril 02, 2013
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child states that every child has the right to an education that develops their “personality, talents and mental and physical abilities to their fullest potential" ... ccording to the Alliance for Excellent Education (AEE) (2011), an estimated 1.3 million American high school students drop out every year; a disproportionate number of whom are youth of color.