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The Schott Foundation presents a picture of vast inequality, with black males continuing to be the race/ethnicity-gender group least likely to graduate high school in four years, as they have been since 2004. The report cites the need to address the "pushout" and "lockout" crisis in the education system, suggesting support-based reform and highlighting positive solutions.
An overwhelming majority of U.S. school districts and states are failing to provide the resources black males need to close the graduation gap. The report breaks down graduation rates for black, non-Hispanic male students by district and state, and compares these rates with their white peers. It also analyzes states by education inequity and National Assessment of Educational Progress scores.
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