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The Critical Importance of Staying On Track: Findings from CCSR and MDRC Studies. Presented at the 2 nd Annual Conference of the Achievement Gap Initiative Harvard University June 19, 2006. Transitions From 9th Grade to 12th Grade. In Four Large Urban School Districts.

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The critical importance of staying on track findings from ccsr and mdrc studies

The Critical Importance of Staying On Track:Findings from CCSR and MDRC Studies

Presented at the 2nd Annual Conference of the Achievement Gap Initiative

Harvard University

June 19, 2006


TransitionsFrom 9th Grade to 12th Grade

In Four Large UrbanSchool Districts

9th-Grade Students in Comprehensive High Schools, 1999

Three Years Later

9th Grade Entrants

10th Grade Year Status

Summary After Three Years

Promoted

Promoted

Promoted on Time

On Time

On Time

36

36

56

Retained in Grade 7

Dropped Out 13

All 9th Grade

Retained

Retained

Retained in Grade

Students

in Grade

12

in Grade

Dropped Out

100

19

24

12

Dropped

Dropped

Dropped

Out

Out

Out

45

20

20


Figure 6: Four-year high school graduation rates by freshman on-track status and by incoming reading and mathematics achievementStudents entering high school in September, 2000

Source: Allensworth, E.M. & Easton, J.Q. (2005) The on-track indicator as a predictor of high school graduation. Chicago, IL: Consortium on Chicago School Research, p. 9 Note: Students who dropped out or transferred out of CPS before the end of the school year are not included in these calculations.


On track rates by incoming achievement in two Chicago high schools(Serving the same population in the same neighborhood)


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