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The American High School Graduate

Far worse for the US education system than scoring dead last on 17 of 34 TIMSS subject areas, and spending twice as much as a percent of GDP for education than those countries whose 12th graders scored more than 100 TIMSS points higher than ours, is failing to graduate more than twenty five million 18 year olds from high school over the last three decades.

 

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One third of American 18 year olds don't even graduate from high school.

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The two thirds in High School scored dead last on 17 of 34 TIMSS subject areas.

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No classroom has fewer students per teacher than American high schools.

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Our education system created a very Naive American Woman Voter.

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Considering how much we spend for education, this failure is a CRIME against humanity.

Even though the following table is missing some key information, it's a serious indictment of our failure in education.  While it shows that only one country, South Africa, scored lower than the US, a far more important point is that none of the much higher scoring Asian nations, the ones who scored as much as 150 TIMSS points higher than the US, are on the list.  So where the highest scoring students, boys in Denmark, scored 227 points higher than the lowest scoring students, girls in South Africa, it omits the millions of Asian students who scored at least another 100 points higher than that.

 

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Population by age and state http://www.census.gov/population/estimates/nation/e90s/

SAT test takers http://nces.ed.gov/pubs/ce/c9622d01.html

Year

HS grads 1,000s

SAT takers 1,000s

% of HS grads

% mino rities

Mean

Verb al Mean

std Dev

% over 600

Math Mean

std Dev

% over 600

Est Number 18 year olds 1,000s

18 Yr olds 1,000s

% 18 Year Olds who graduate HS

Nbr 18 Year Olds Who Didn't Grad uate 1,000s

1972

3,001

1,023

34.1

--

937

453

111

11

484

115

17

3,927

3,927

76.4%

926

1973

3,036

1,015

33.4

--

926

445

108

10

481

113

16

4,022

4,022

75.5%

986

1974

3,073

985

32.1

--

924

444

110

10

480

116

17

4,098

4,098

75.0%

1,025

1975

3,133

996

31.8

--

906

434

109

8

472

115

15

4,209

4,209

74.4%

1,076

1976

3,148

1,000

31.8

15

903

431

110

8

472

120

17

4,302

4,302

73.2%

1,154

1977

3,155

979

31

16.1

899

429

110

8

470

119

16

4,307

4,307

73.3%

1,152

1978

3,127

989

31.6

17

897

429

110

8

468

118

15

4,309

4,309

72.6%

1,182

1979

3,117

992

31.8

17.1

894

427

110

7

467

117

15

4,349

4,349

71.7%

1,232

1980

3,043

992

32.6

17.9

890

424

110

7

466

117

15

4,357

4,357

69.8%

1,314

1981

3,020

994

32.9

18.1

890

424

110

7

466

117

14

4,277

4,172

72.4%

1,152

1982

2,995

989

33

18.3

893

426

110

7

467

117

15

4,213

4,133

72.5%

1,138

1983

2,888

963

33.3

18.9

893

425

109

7

468

119

16

4,102

4,028

71.7%

1,140

1984

2,767

965

34.9

19.7

897

426

110

7

471

119

17

3,909

3,799

72.8%

1,032

1985

2,677

977

36.5

20

906

431

111

7

475

119

17

3,750

3,695

72.4%

1,018

1986

2,643

1,001

37.9

20.9

906

431

110

8

475

121

17

3,661

3,607

73.3%

964

1987

2,694

1,080

40.1

21.8

906

430

111

8

476

122

18

3,658

3,667

73.5%

973

1988

2,773

1,134

40.9

23

904

428

109

7

476

120

17

3,740

3,780

73.4%

1,007

1989

2,727

1,088

39.9

25.3

903

427

111

8

476

121

18

3,822

3,906

69.8%

1,179

1990

2,588

1,026

39.7

26.6

900

424

111

7

476

123

18

3,849

3,671

70.5%

1,083

1991

2,493

1,033

41.4

28

896

422

111

7

474

123

17

3,824

3,425

72.8%

932

1992

2,483

1,034

41.6

28.5

899

423

112

7

476

123

18

3,805

3,360

73.9%

877

1993

2,481

1,044

42.1

30

902

424

113

7

478

125

19

3,785

3,331

74.5%

850

1994

2,479

1,050

42.4

31

902

423

113

7

479

124

18

3,765

3,326

74.5%

847

1995

2,553

1,068

41.8

31

910

428

113

8

482

127

21

3,745

3,586

71.2%

1,033

Total

68,094

93,365

72.9%

25,271

 

The following international comparison of school-age populations is from http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2001/2001034.pdf

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Table 102. Public high school graduates, by state: 1969-70 to 1999-2000
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                         |             |          |          |          |          |          |          |          |             |             | Percent
                         |             |          |          |          |          |          |          |          |   Estimated |   Estimated | change,
          State          |    1969-70  | 1979-80  | 1980-81  | 1985-86  | 1990-91  | 1995-96  |1996-97\1\|1997-98\1\|    1998-99  |   1999-2000 |1990-91 to
                         |             |          |          |          |          |          |          |          |             |             | 1999-2000
 ________________________|_____________|__________|__________|__________|__________|__________|__________|__________|_____________|_____________|__________
            1            |       2     |    3     |    4     |    5     |    6     |    7     |    8     |    9     |       10    |       11    |    12
 ________________________|_____________|__________|__________|__________|__________|__________|__________|__________|_____________|_____________|__________
    United States .......|   2,588,639 |2,747,678 |2,725,285 |2,382,616 |2,234,893 |2,273,109 |2,358,403 |2,440,288 |\2\2,485,024 |\2\2,545,317 |     13.9
                         |_____________|__________|__________|__________|__________|__________|__________|__________|_____________|_____________|__________
 Alabama ................|      45,286 |   45,190 |   44,894 |   39,620 |   39,042 |   35,043 |   35,611 |   38,089 |      39,133 |      37,893 |     -2.9
 Alaska .................|       3,297 |    5,223 |    5,343 |    5,464 |    5,458 |    5,945 |    6,133 |    6,462 |       6,450 |       6,975 |     27.8
 Arizona ................|      22,040 |   28,633 |   28,416 |   27,533 |   31,282 |   30,008 |   34,082 |   36,361 |\3\   38,285 |      42,369 |     35.4
 Arkansas ...............|      26,068 |   29,052 |   29,577 |   26,227 |   25,668 |   25,094 |   25,146 |   26,855 |      27,719 |\3\   26,622 |      3.7
 California .............|     260,908 |  249,217 |  242,172 |  229,026 |  234,164 |  259,071 |  269,071 |  282,897 |\3\  291,888 |\3\  303,169 |     29.5
                         |             |          |          |          |          |          |          |          |             |             |
 Colorado ...............|      30,312 |   36,804 |   35,897 |   32,621 |   31,293 |   32,608 |   34,231 |   35,794 |\4\   36,958 |\3\   38,078 |     21.7
 Connecticut ............|      34,755 |   37,683 |   38,369 |   33,571 |   27,290 |   26,319 |   27,029 |   27,885 |      28,587 |      29,858 |      9.4
 Delaware ...............|       6,985 |    7,582 |    7,349 |    5,791 |    5,223 |    5,609 |    5,953 |    6,439 |\4\    6,322 |       6,356 |     21.7
 District of Columbia\5\ |       4,980 |    4,959 |    4,848 |    3,875 |    3,369 |    2,696 |    2,853 |    2,777 |\4\    2,675 |\3\    2,530 |    -24.9
 Florida ................|      70,478 |   87,324 |   88,755 |   83,029 |   87,419 |   89,242 |   95,082 |   98,498 |\4\   98,933 |      99,930 |     14.3
                         |             |          |          |          |          |          |          |          |             |             |
 Georgia ................|      56,859 |   61,621 |   62,963 |   59,082 |   60,088 |   56,271 |   58,996 |   58,525 |      60,229 |      66,635 |     10.9
 Hawaii .................|      10,407 |   11,493 |   11,472 |    9,958 |    8,974 |    9,387 |    8,929 |    9,670 |\3\   10,418 |      10,152 |     13.1
 Idaho ..................|      12,296 |   13,187 |   12,679 |   12,059 |   11,961 |   14,667 |   15,407 |   15,523 |\4\   15,704 |      15,700 |     31.3
 Illinois ...............|     126,864 |  135,579 |  136,795 |  114,319 |  103,329 |  104,626 |  110,170 |  114,611 |     112,557 |     111,230 |      7.6
 Indiana.................|      69,984 |   73,143 |   73,381 |   59,817 |   57,892 |   56,330 |   57,463 |   58,899 |      58,341 |      58,364 |      0.8
                         |             |          |          |          |          |          |          |          |             |             |
 Iowa ...................|      44,063 |   43,445 |   42,635 |   34,279 |   28,593 |   31,689 |   32,986 |   36,008 |      34,447 |      34,149 |     19.4
 Kansas .................|      33,394 |   30,890 |   29,397 |   25,587 |   24,414 |   25,786 |   26,648 |   27,856 |      28,621 |      28,964 |     18.6
 Kentucky ...............|      37,473 |   41,203 |   41,714 |   37,288 |   35,835 |   36,641 |   36,941 |   37,270 |      36,956 |      36,956 |      3.1
 Louisiana ..............|      43,641 |   46,297 |   46,199 |   39,965 |   33,489 |   36,467 |   36,495 |   38,030 |      37,440 |\3\   35,184 |      5.1
 Maine ..................|      14,003 |   15,445 |   15,554 |   13,006 |   13,151 |   11,795 |   12,019 |   12,171 |\4\   12,671 |      12,871 |     -2.1
                         |             |          |          |          |          |          |          |          |             |             |
 Maryland ...............|      46,462 |   54,270 |   54,050 |   46,700 |   39,014 |   41,785 |   42,856 |   44,555 |\4\   46,821 |      48,106 |     23.3
 Massachusetts ..........|      63,865 |   73,802 |   74,831 |   60,360 |   50,216 |   47,993 |   49,008 |   50,452 |\3\   50,452 |\3\   50,537 |      0.6
 Michigan ...............|     121,000 |  124,316 |  124,372 |  101,042 |   88,234 |   85,530 |   89,695 |   92,732 |      94,200 |     100,600 |     14.0
 Minnesota ..............|      60,480 |   64,908 |   64,166 |   51,988 |   46,474 |   50,481 |   48,193 |   54,494 |\4\   57,048 |      57,603 |     23.9
 Mississippi ............|      29,653 |   27,586 |   28,083 |   25,134 |   23,665 |   23,032 |   23,388 |   24,502 |      24,022 |      26,375 |     11.5
                         |             |          |          |          |          |          |          |          |             |             |
 Missouri................|      55,315 |   62,265 |   60,359 |   49,204 |   46,928 |   49,011 |   50,543 |   52,031 |\3\   51,796 |\3\   53,500 |     14.0
 Montana ................|      11,520 |   12,135 |   11,634 |    9,761 |    9,013 |   10,139 |   10,322 |   10,656 |      10,877 |      10,893 |     20.9
 Nebraska ...............|      21,280 |   22,410 |   21,411 |   17,845 |   16,500 |   18,014 |   18,636 |   19,719 |      20,173 |\3\   22,093 |     33.9
 Nevada .................|       5,449 |    8,473 |    9,069 |    8,784 |    9,370 |   10,374 |   12,425 |   13,052 |\4\   13,259 |      13,922 |     48.6
 New Hampshire ..........|       8,516 |   11,722 |   11,552 |   10,648 |   10,059 |   10,094 |   10,487 |   10,843 |      10,211 |      10,383 |      3.2
                         |             |          |          |          |          |          |          |          |             |             |
 New Jersey .............|      86,498 |   94,564 |   93,168 |   78,781 |   67,003 |   67,704 |   70,028 |   65,106 |\3\   66,777 |\3\   68,946 |      2.9
 New Mexico .............|      16,060 |   18,424 |   17,915 |   15,468 |   15,157 |   15,402 |   15,700 |   16,529 |\4\   17,317 |      17,254 |     13.8
 New York ...............|     190,000 |  204,064 |  198,465 |  162,165 |  133,562 |  134,401 |  140,861 |  138,531 |     140,200 |     141,800 |      6.2
 North Carolina .........|      68,886 |   70,862 |   69,395 |   65,865 |   62,792 |   57,014 |   57,886 |   59,292 |\4\   59,776 |      61,463 |     -2.1
 North Dakota ...........|      11,150 |    9,928 |    9,924 |    7,610 |    7,573 |    8,027 |    8,025 |    8,170 |\4\    8,422 |       8,635 |     14.0
                         |             |          |          |          |          |          |          |          |             |             |
 Ohio ...................|     142,248 |  144,169 |  143,503 |  119,561 |  107,484 |  102,098 |  107,422 |  111,211 |\3\  115,000 |\3\  115,000 |      7.0
 Oklahoma ...............|      36,293 |   39,305 |   38,875 |   34,452 |   33,007 |   33,060 |   33,536 |   35,213 |      35,858 |      36,759 |     11.4
 Oregon .................|      32,236 |   29,939 |   28,729 |   26,286 |   24,597 |   26,570 |   27,720 |   27,754 |\4\   28,678 |      28,700 |     16.7
 Pennsylvania ...........|     151,014 |  146,458 |  144,645 |  122,871 |  104,770 |  105,981 |  108,817 |  110,919 |     112,310 |     114,160 |      9.0
 Rhode Island ...........|      10,146 |   10,864 |   10,719 |    8,908 |    7,744 |    7,689 |    7,850 |    8,074 |       8,088 |       7,498 |     -3.2
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 South Carolina .........|      34,940 |   38,697 |   38,347 |   34,500 |   32,999 |   30,182 |   30,829 |   31,951 |      34,000 |      34,500 |      4.5
 South Dakota ...........|      11,757 |   10,689 |   10,385 |    7,870 |    7,127 |    8,532 |    9,247 |    9,140 |       8,991 |       9,420 |     32.2
 Tennessee ..............|      49,000 |   49,845 |   50,648 |   43,263 |   44,847 |   43,792 |   41,617 |   39,866 |\4\   40,823 |\3\   41,719 |     -7.0
 Texas ..................|     139,046 |  171,449 |  171,665 |  161,150 |  174,306 |  171,844 |  181,794 |  197,186 |     203,541 |     212,966 |     22.2
 Utah ...................|      18,395 |   20,035 |   19,886 |   19,774 |   22,219 |   26,293 |   30,753 |   31,567 |\4\   31,574 |      32,303 |     45.4
                         |             |          |          |          |          |          |          |          |             |             |
 Vermont ................|       6,095 |    6,733 |    6,424 |    5,794 |    5,212 |    5,867 |    6,181 |    6,469 |\4\    6,482 |       6,763 |     29.8
 Virginia ...............|      58,562 |   66,621 |   67,126 |   63,113 |   58,441 |   58,166 |   60,587 |   61,777 |\3\   65,345 |\3\   66,868 |     14.4
 Washington .............|      50,425 |   50,402 |   50,046 |   45,805 |   42,514 |   49,862 |   51,609 |   53,679 |      54,473 |      57,246 |     34.7
 West Virginia...........|      26,139 |   23,369 |   23,580 |   21,870 |   21,064 |   20,335 |   19,573 |   20,164 |\4\   19,498 |      19,582 |     -7.0
 Wisconsin ..............|      66,753 |   69,332 |   67,743 |   58,340 |   49,340 |   52,651 |   55,189 |   57,607 |      58,330 |      59,438 |     20.5
 Wyoming ................|       5,363 |    6,072 |    6,161 |    5,587 |    5,728 |    5,892 |    6,381 |    6,427 |\4\    6,348 |       6,300 |     10.0
                         |=============|==========|==========|==========|==========|==========|==========|==========|=============|=============|==========
    Outlying areas       |             |          |          |          |          |          |          |          |             |             |
 American Samoa .........|\6\      367 |      --- |      --- |      608 |      597 |      719 |      710 |      665 |\3\      679 |\3\      698 |     16.9
 Guam ...................|         972 |      --- |      --- |      840 |    1,014 |      --- |    1,103 |      923 |\3\      926 |\3\      936 |     -7.7
 Northern Marianas ......|         --- |      --- |      --- |      --- |      273 |      325 |      309 |      374 |\3\      388 |\3\      403 |     47.6
 Puerto Rico ............|      24,917 |      --- |      --- |   31,597 |   29,329 |   29,499 |   29,692 |   29,881 |\3\   30,026 |\3\   30,373 |      3.6
 Virgin Islands .........|\6\      432 |      --- |      --- |    1,044 |      981 |      937 |    1,076 |    1,069 |\3\    1,024 |\3\      988 |      0.7
 ________________________|_____________|__________|__________|__________|__________|__________|__________|__________|_____________|_____________|__________   

---Not available.
\1\Revised from previously published data.
\2\National total includes estimates for nonreporting states.
\3\Data imputed by the National Center for Education Statistics based on previous year's data.
\4\Actual count.
\5\Beginning in 1985-86, graduates from adult programs are excluded.
\6\Data are for 1970-71.

NOTE: Data include graduates of regular day school programs, but exclude graduates of other programs and persons receiving high school equivalency certificates. Some data have been revised from previously published figures. All 1998-99 and

1999-2000 data are state estimates unless otherwise indicated.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data surveys. (This table was prepared April 2000.)

 
 

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