*Race breakdowns for this success measure are using the Public Use Microdata Samples (PUMS) data source.
*Please note that the race/ethnicity breakdowns for this indicator are likely underreported. The accuracy of this data cannot be guaranteed.
Note: S = suppressed value
Because data from this source suppresses values when counts are below a certain value, it is not always possible to calculate an accurate total when aggregating multiple geographies. Bars in this graph that display two values are showing the minimum and maximum possible values for that data point.
When aggregating multiple geographies, the entire data point will be suppressed if at least one geography contains suppressed data. This is because data from this source suppresses values when counts are below a certain value, and it is therefore not always possible to calculate an exact total when aggregating multiple geographies.
Note: Kent ISD graduation counts are aggregated from districts,
and include ranges to account for suppressed data.
The displayed data for the all population are range averages.
Subject Area Filter
Note on Methodology
Please review these data with the understanding that the source contains
suppressed data. When a demographic group has fewer than 10 people within it,
the data about them are not shared in order to ensure the confidentiality of
those represented within the group. It is therefore not
possible to calculate an exact total when aggregating over multiple geographies
if one of these geographies contains suppressed data.
For this reason, the trend line and bar graph may indicate a range, rather than
an exact total, by displaying the minimum and maximum possible values for the
statistic of interest.
When citing these data:
include both the minimum and maximum possible values and note that this statistic
has a range of possible values due to suppressed data records.
In the bar graph above, the 2016 four-year cohort graduation rate for all students
in the selected geographies is between 80.4% and 80.8%. The rate for Asian students
is between 64.6% and 95.8%, and so on for the remaining ethnic categories. The true
graduation rate is somewhere between these percentages, and must be displayed as a
range rather than an exact percentage in order to ensure the confidentiality of the students.
The four-year cohort graduation rate for Hispanic students in the selected
geographies from 2011 to 2016 is displayed in the line graph above. In 2016,
the four-year cohort graduation rate was between 57.1% and 81.9%. In 2015,
it was between 54.6% and 82.8%, and so on. The data is displayed as a range
rather than an exact percentage in order to ensure the confidentiality of the students.
Please note that when a demographic group has fewer than 10 people, the data are
not shared to ensure confidentiality of participants.
Therefore trend lines and bar graphs may indicate a range, rather than an exact total.