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30 years ago, America was the leader in quantity and quality of high school diplomas. Today, our nation is ranked 36th in the world
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Our nation’s education assessment is largely based on graduation rate. In 2012, Black students had only a 69% graduation rate and Hispanic students had a 73% rate, while Asian students had a 88% graduation rate and Caucasian students had an 86% rate.
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Don't let your child fall through the cracks during the summertime! Keep them actively engaged in reading, writing, and mathematics. Give them the tools they need for a successful new school year. It will be here before you know it!
|Posted on January 4, 2014 at 10:50 PM||comments (103)|
Only 13% of Black & Latino high school graduates are college ready.
Only 23% of all (Black, White, Latino, Asian) NYC high school graduates are college ready.
Only 45% of NYC high school students graduate in four years with a Regents diploma, which will soon be the only diploma available.
It is worse for students of color. Just 36% of Latino students and 37% of Black students graduate in four years with a Regents diploma (only 28% of Black males).
Less than 50% of all NYC students can read and write at state standard. Only 33.3% of Black and Latino students can, compared to nearly 66% of White students.
In many schools in East Brooklyn, Harlem, and the South Bronx, less than 25% of students are reading, writing and doing math at state standards.
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"Purpose is when you know and understand what you were born to accomplish. Vision is when you see it in your mind and begin to imagine it"...Myles Monroe
|Posted on November 1, 2013 at 7:45 AM||comments (167)|
“The wealthiest place in the world are not the gold mines of South America or the oil fields of Iraq or Iran. They are not the diamond mines of South Africa or the banks of the world.
The wealthiest place on the planet is just down the road. It is the cemetery. There lie buried companies that were never started, inventions that were never made, best selling books that were never written, and masterpieces that were never painted. In the cemetery is buried the greatest treasure of untapped potential” – Dr Myles Monroe