King County: Dropout rates have improved but disparities persist

Fewer kids are dropping out of high school in King County — but the improvement hasn’t made a dent in a persistent racial disparity. Hispanic, Native American and African-American students consistently have the highest dropout rates, even though they make up 5 to 20 percent of the student population in King County school districts.

Read the rest of this article in The Seattle Times

The data visualization is no longer hosted on this url, but can be explored on Tableau Public.

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