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Since 1980, enrollment rates are up for teenagers of all races. But the improvement among Hispanics is especially encouraging.

16- and 17-year-old enrollment (since 1980)

How did that huge gap close so quickly? What changed? Read the rest of this entry »

In the years after World War II, 1 in 3 kids dropped out of school by age 17. These days, that number is down to 1 in 20 kids.

14-17-year-old enrollment (since 1945) Read the rest of this entry »