Change Indicator

Four-year high school cohort graduation rate by race and ethnicity in Montana

Four-year high school cohort graduation rate by race and ethnicity

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Note: Non-consecutive years appear adjacent in the trend line
because one or more years have been deselected.

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Definition and Source

PROVIDER

Definition

This indicator represents the percentage of students in a cohort, adjusted for transfers in and out of school, district, or state, that graduate with a regular high school diploma within four years of the first enrollment in ninth grade. The denominator for the percentage is the cohort for that graduating class in respective geographic areas. 

A cohort includes the number of first-time 9th graders in the fall of a particular school year plus students who transfer in, minus students who transfer out during the next four school years.

Data Source

Montana Office of Public Instruction

Notes


GEOGRAPHY - Data reflects the school location, not the student's place of residence.
DATE - Spring of reference year.  
LIMITATIONS - Data are not reported for geographies where the number of cohort graduates is less than 5 events. In these cases, NA is reported.

Last Updated

July 2023