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Location: Texas
Topic: High School Completion
Format: County Map
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High School Completion: Texas, 2015-2019 Average

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  • High school completion is calculated using the number within the cohort who earned a regular high school diploma by the end of the school year divided into the number of first-time 9th graders four years prior to graduation, plus students who transferred in, minus students who transferred out, emigrated, or died during school years.


  • Retrieved September 25, 2021, from